found in Assam India, Chinese Himalayas, eastern Himalayas, Bhutan, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand and Taiwan as a large sized, cool to warm growing epiphyte on lightly shaded branches or tree trunks in dense forests or on rocks along valleys at elevations of 800 to 1900 meters with pendant, branching, knotty, soft, slender stems that frequently form roots at the nodes and grow into a tangled mess. The few, linear, grass-like, quickly deciduous leaves arise on new growth at the apex and blooms on a very short, single flowered inflorescence that arises all along the old and new canes with a single, fragrant flower that lasts about 2 weeks occuring in the spring.
Water should be gradually reduced through the late autumn and winter and then in January the water and fertilizer should be curtailed and the plant should be left to completely dry out with fertilizer and water being reintroduced only after the onset of new growth in the spring.
1 plant pot size 1 " bloom size , multiflora and flower size 5-10 cm
please take a look plant stock / sample of plant for sell on second photo