This New Guinea native grows well Intermediate or warm. It bears narrower, almost "grassy", foliage than many Diplos. It produces cute little 1/4 to 3/8 in. diameter pseudobulbs that add to the small plant's attractiveness. Like nearly all members of this Genus, the flowers are short-lived (only a day or so) and are a starry white.
Offered established in small clay thumb pots. Blooming Size.