This is a plant that I purchased from Hawaiian Orchid Source in July 2007 on an orchid field trip to Waimanalo. At that time the plant was a small seedling growing in a 2-inch clay pot. The plant got my attention when the label said it was a yellow honohono. The plant has subsequently bloomed and has been identified as Den. heterocarpum. The blooms appear on leafless canes with 3 to 4 flowers appearing at each node. The longest cane is 42 inches long. The flowers unfortunately do not have a scent. This article and photos were submitted by Mel Waki.