Dendrobium striolatum is an Australian native orchid. We grow it mounted on a timber slab hanging under a tree. These tiny blooms, (less than an inch wide) appear each spring. It is sometimes called the 'pencil orchid' based on the shape of its leaves.
The leaves themselves are interesting as they are fleshy and tubular, the profile shot will help explain what I mean. The unique form makes this little plant interesting even when not in flower.
Most of the Australian Native Orchids are not very showy, but they make up for that with thier hardiness and diversity of form. Have a great day!