Paraphalaenopsis labukensis occurs in Sabah Borneo (named after the Labuk valley) and grows on trees in hill forests on ultramafic rocks above valleys, at about 500 to 1000 meters in elevation; their leaves can exceed 2 meters in cultivation. The flowers are cinnamon scented.
Light: Partial shade, no direct sunlight.
Temperature: intermidiate to warm (17-24 degree celcius)
Water: 2x per Week
Fertilizer: 2x a month during active growth.
Pot size: Tied up 12-15 cm of cork
Plant size: See pictures for actual size of the available plant.