Found in New Guinea at elevations around 900 meters as a small to medium sized, warm growing epiphyte with slender, erect to arching with age, flattened stems carrying many, all along the stem, erect more or less parellel to the stem, linear leaves that blooms in the winter very short, arising through the leaf sheaths towards the apex of the stem, single flowered inflorescence.
Growth habit: upright, sympodial
Flower colour: red
Watering: Once a week
Fertilizing: Once a month in summer with low concentration of fertilizer.
Light: Schaded. No direct sunlight.
- Plants are offered in 8 cm pot.