Previously known as Oerstedella centradenia, this easy-growing small species is found in Costa Rica, Panama and Nicargua. Its long-lasting 1 ½” diamond-dusted flowers are produced on terminal inflorescences from late winter through the spring and early summer. Give warm to intermediate temperatures with Dendrobium light. It has a wet-dry growth habit so provide good humidity and water year ‘round, allowing it to dry slightly once growths mature in preparation for spiking. It can produce keikis all along its mature growths which will also flower, creating a wonderful bouquet display with a small footprint. Highly Recommended !