Renantanda Sunrise (Neofinetia falcata x Renanthera imschootiana) is a great cross that brings down the size of R. imschootiana just a bit. Depending on the source greenhouse, plants range from a few inches tall to almost the size of Papa imschootiana. Flowers come between spring and summer on long inflorescences covered in big, long-lasting, orangey-red flowers reminiscent of R. imschootiana. (This cross was previously named Renantia Sunrise.)
Super easy! Give moderate to high light (I had one bloom in bright shade), intermediate to warm temperatures, and water like a vanda. Smaller ones can be kept in pots, if preferred, otherwise they do very well in a basket. Growers in drier climates will benefit from coarse bark in the basket to help maintain humidity around the roots.