Phalaenopsis Lobbii is a miniature-sized, hot to cool growing epiphytic species that can be found in the eastern Himalayas, northeastern India, Bhutan, Sikkim, Myanmar and Vietnam.
Also named Lobb's Phalaenopsis, it has elliptic leaves about 1.6 to 2.2" long. When flowering occurs, it produces strongly fragrant flowers. Flowers are white with sepals bigger than the petals. The lip is big with a yellowish-brown stripe.