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Chiloschista parishii is a species of epiphytic orchid that is native to Southeast Asia, including Thailand, Myanmar, and Malaysia. It is named after the plant explorer Charles Parish, who discovered it.
Chiloschista parishii is known for its beautiful and fragrant flowers, which are white or cream-colored and have a waxy texture. The plant itself is small, with a stem that can reach up to 10 cm in length, and it has no leaves. Instead, it produces photosynthetic roots that allow it to absorb nutrients and water from the air.
To grow Chiloschista parishii, it is important to provide it with a humid environment, as it requires high humidity to thrive. It can be grown in a well-draining medium, such as sphagnum moss or bark, and should be watered regularly. It prefers bright, indirect light, but should be protected from direct sunlight. Fertilization can be done with a balanced orchid fertilizer at half strength every two to four weeks.