2” pot. Also known as Doritis pulcherrima. This variety, chompornensis, is peloric-flowered so all of these plants should be peloric-flowered as well, probably pink and/or white, but similar in form to the photo. Small long-lasting flowers, many to a stalk, are produced in spring and summer. This small Southeast Asian species is quick to form basal keikis, eventually producing a clump. Medium to low indirect light, intermediate to warm temperatures, but can tolerate cooler temperatures than many phals. Likes plenty of water and humidity. These vigorous young seedlings are probably approaching blooming size.