by Patrick Devereux
The flowers on this plant are highly fragrant. They vary white to cream on to a pale
yellow with a waxy look. These flowers are produced from the upper nodes of mature
canes. The pseudobulbs and the leaves are covered densely in black hairs.
This plant is grown n perlite & pest under about 70% shade on a bench 18 inches (45
cm) from the floor. It is grown in amongst the other plants with the general attention
all the other plants get. It is a very rewarding plant to grow one of my favourite
The natural distribution of these plants is in the Assam Area of north east India across
to southern China, Thailand and Vietnam.
I find this orchid easy to grow .
Happy Orchid Growing.