Dyakia hendersoniana (previously Ascocentrum hendersonianum) is a miniature species native to Borneo and is hot to warm growing. Plants bloom in the spring and summer on 6″ [15 cm] long, densely, many-flowered spikes with showy, pink, fragrant flowers.
Dyakia does not like to get cold. You don’t need to ask me how I know. These plants are in baskets, so they can (and probably should) be watered every day, like a vanda. If you want to be creative, you could grow the in a pot to cut down on watering frequency. I haven’t tried it, but it should work. I grow in intermediate light, as well.
***Plants currently have double spikes on them!!!!