Bulbophyllum inconspicuum is
a perennial orchid inhabiting trunks or rocks in evergreen forests
in mountainous regions. Rhizomes creep sideways, sparsely making
pseudobulbs on the way, and bear single leaves at the end. The
leaves are oval-oblong, measuring 1-3cm in length, fleshy and thick.
Flower stalks emerge from the bases of pseudobulbs and set single
yellowish-white flowers. Bloom time: June-July.