I got this orchid when I found a rotten tree trunk with a clump of orchid roots.
I manage to trim nicely and placed it inside an empty pot with dried leaves.
It did well without my care.
(pity the flowers lasted only a day, it dried up the next day)
Notes from Wikipedia:
A member of the family Orchidaceae,
Dendrobium crumenatum produces white, fragrant flowers with a yellow tinted throat.
The plant produces a fragrant smell, but only for two days.
From the side view, the orchid resemble a flying pigeon; that's how it's known commonly as the Pigeon Orchid. Other common names are Sparrow Orchid and Bag-shaped Dendrobium; "dove orchid" usually refers to the genus Peristeria, but sometimes to D. crumenatum.
A tropical epiphytic plant, this orchid is most common in Malaysia,