(syn. B. appendiculata)
This night-fragrant species has very unique flowers with thin droopy segments and a fantastic fringed white lip that tapers into a long point. The color of the flower can vary based on temperature when forming and will take on a more reddish hue if temperatures are cool. The terete plants have pencil-like foliage that is semi-pendulous which makes it well suited to growing mounted or in a hanging basket.
(Near blooming size.)