This delicate looking species is from Logo, Tome, on the coast of Guinea. It is a tuberous species and not tolerant of wet conditions. I let the soil go dry between waterings by watering only about half as often as my rhizomatous species. It still requires high humidity I think, although I’m not sure how high as I’ve not tried it in an open-air environment. It can reach over 12″, but would likely need something to lean on as its […]
This tuberous species was described in 2018. I promised myself no tubers, but, this one was too pretty. It doesn’t do well with drying out (as pictured below, a wilty plant after too much time spent out of a terrarium). It seems to be on the tricky side, as it’s thin leaves are quick to melt or mold. Darrin Norton (mountainorchids.com) suggests an 8 week period of no water at the end of the growing season for cycling.