Schoenorchis fragrans, the fragrant Schoenorchis, is cool- to warm-growing native to the deciduous forests of parts of Asia. Like other Schoenorchis, this is a super-mini species with close-packed leaves that produce bunches of tiny flowers in summer. These flowers are bright pink and (supposedly) fragrant although I have never personally been able to smell them! But I don’t care one bit; I love this species. Schoenorchis fragrans scores a 10 on the cuteness scale.
Many Schoenorchis are used to being hot and bright, so they like to get wet and then dry out quickly (as would happen in a hot and breezy environment). My conditions are intermediate to warm, and I have had no problem growing Schoenorchis as long as I let them dry out. To promote quick drying, you should grow them mounted.