Malaxis parvissima S.
Y. Hu & Barretto This terrestrial orchid is found on open mountainside.
It grows among grasses at an elevation of over 900 metres, and
requires a resting period during the cool dry season. It was
first collected and transplanted by W. G. L. Allan, and has
flowered repeatedly. According to his direction, James Leung
found another plant which was transplanted to the Barretto garden
and also flowered repeatedly.