- Common name(s): Moth Orchid
- Family: Orchidaceae
- Stem cuttings: no
- Leaf cuttings: no
- Root cuttings/runners: yes, sometimes offshoots are growing on the flower stem
- Time: the year round
- Lighting: bright but no direct sun
- Soil: bird sand
- Temperature: 22 to 28 °C
- New growth after: it takes about 2 to 3 years to grow a flowering Moth Orchid from an offshoot
- More infos: the baby plant can be removed until the first root is 5 mm (0.2 inches) long. A high humidity is welcome.
Orchid offshoots are also called keikis. Keiki is a Hawaiian term for baby.
The Keiki can be removed from the mother plant if it looks like this one.