Hygrochilus parishii is an species in the genus Hygrochilus.
Plant blooms from winter to spring with around five 6 cm wide flowers. Flowers are fragrant.
Plants are found growing on limestone cliffs and trees in the montane forest of Assam India, eastern Himalayas, Myanamar, Thailand, southern China and Vietnam at elevations around 1300 meters
Plants are best grown hanged in baskets and on mounted and require bright to full sunlight and warm temperatures. If hunged the roots must be watered frequently. Plants should be grown in media that is well drained such as tree fern fibers (for small plants), several pieces of coarse fir bark, or sphagnum moss.
Common Names: Parish's Hygrochilus
- Hygrochilus parishii var. mariottianus (Rchb.f.) Pradhan 1987
- Hygrochilus parishii var. purpureus (N.E.Br.) Pradhan 1987
- Stauropsis mariottiana (Rchb.f.) Rolfe 1919
- Stauropsis parishii (Rchb. f.) Rolfe
- *Vanda parishii Rchb. f. 1868
- Vanda parishii var. mariottiana Rchb.f. 1880
- Vanda parishii var. purpurea N.E.Br. 1883
- Vandopsis parishii (Rchb. f.) Schltr. 1912