I found this picture of Liparis Viridiflora online, and it piqued my interest in this orchid. It is evidently a winter bloomer, producing pseudobulbs and sheaths throughout the year, and then blooming at one time. It was different than the other orchids I had acquired, and so I ordered one over eBay (vendor:exoticorchidspr), and it arrived Thursday. July 2, 2015. Carrie, next door, picked it up for me, and I received it on Monday, July 6.
Culture says this is an orchid that does best in a warm to cool environment. Filtered diffuse light is best, with constant air movement and high humidity. It says to fertilize at half the rate in the winter months.
I let it sit for a few days, and repotted it this morning. The roots are very thin, and I tried to be careful with the inert media not to crush the roots. I have this orchid on my top shelf on the south side. It gets light indirectly from the skylights. Here’s hoping it does well.