I do not have this species but is described in Emly S. Siegerist's book (pgs 45-46).
Growing recommendations :
"can be grown in pots or on mounts of wood, tree fern, or cork with a bit of mossy padding under the roots. The temperature should be warm to intermediate, the atmosphere moist, and area shaded."
Flowers are very small, red flowers that are very close together, up to 30 of them on swollen red rachis that arises higher than the leaves. The lateral sepals are connate, their margins inrolled and predominately keeled.