This tiny leafless angraecoid orchid bloomed last summer with a number of flowers. It is a sequential bloomer and its blooming carried on for nearly two months. I have found it to be a vigorous grower in my warm vivarium with bright light at 2000fc. It gets watered daily year-round. Humidity is high, always 85% or higher and air movement is moderate, temperatures are 62-86°F/16.5-30°C. I would even call it "easy" to grow This miniature species has a broad native range including DR Congo, Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Malawi, Mozambique, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Madagascar and the Kwa-Zulu Natal Province of South Africa. My plant came from Botanica Ltd. It was propagated from stock originally imported from Isobyl la Croix. The flowers are quite small and that macro is the best I can do with my non-SLR camera. The ruler is in cm.