The snake tongued lepanthes: Lepanthes ophioglossa
One of the easiest lepanthes ever...Lepanthes gargoyla : Its bullet proof. Never skipped a beat. I got two keiki available for sale if people are interested. One is fully rooted on its own and separated. (btw..the leaf u see at the bottom in the pic of the L.ophioglossa is from this plant. Compare the size difference.)
Actually...I don't tailor my conditions for orchids. I just placed them in my highland nepenthes tank..so the conditions it gets are:
Media: Plant is mounted on sphagnum (roots a bit exposed) on cork bark. Now as u can see, the moss is covered by regular non-sphagnum, finer species. Fertilizer... I don't regularly fertilize...but occasionally, I use better-gro no urea orchid fert. I use a quarter teaspoon per litre of water and spray the plant thoroughly along with my other lepanthes. Humidity: Perhaps 50-60%... it is occasionally misted by my misting system once every two hours during lighting period, but rapidly dries within 15-20 min.