Liparis krameri, a
perennial whose spherical pseudobulbs ride on the ground surface,
inhabits forest floors or rarely mossy rocks in mountainous regions.
Leaves, oval-shaped, acuminate, two in number, each, 3-8cm in
length, 2-4mm in width, emerge face to face from either side of the
pseudobulbs. Vein networking is evident as the secondary veins are
leaping out. Flower stems, erect, 8-20cm in height, set racemes with
10-20 light green-to-blackish brown flowers; sepals and petals are
long-looking linear or string-like. Bloom time: May-July.