A small species found through many countries in Africa. This is one of only a handful of bifoliate Bulbophyllum species. It grows at elevations of up to 1800 metres, and it produces rather curious spikes, with a very flattened rachis (the flower bearing portion of the inflorescence), with tiny flowers on either side. This is the alba form of the plant, which produces flowers which are totally yellowish green, on a green inflorescence.
Grow this plants in intermediate to warm temperatures, with bright light and plenty of humidity.
Plants provided are flowering sized.