Dendrobium teretifolium is a species from Australia that looks similar in form to Leptotes due to its long, thin, terete leaves. Once included in the genus Dockrillia, all dockrillias were clumped back in with the dendrobiums again. These guys grow best mounted and in moderate light. They are super easy to grow; I mist mine every day, but they are tolerant of periods of drying out. Plants grow quickly, and the frothy white inflorescences come in summer. This is a great addition to your collection if you love interesting plant forms. Plants come mounted.
Water: Allow to dry out