Robiquetia cerina established in a 50mm pot and taking off now it is getting warmer.
The common name is the Waxy Robiquetia.
These plants are a small growing plant with a pseudobulb up to about 15cm long that have a semi pendulous growth habit.
The inflorescence is about 12cm long and pendulous, with many flowers about 0.8cm.
Ideal conditions are
- high light that is filtered,
- cool to warm locations
- in a well drained mix that dries before it is watered again.
Because of the growth habit, they would be better grown on a mount and would also display the flowers better.