Commonly known as the "Javanese Eria," is an orchid species native to Southeast Asia, particularly Indonesia and Malaysia. This epiphytic orchid features small, clustered pseudobulbs and thin, arching leaves. Its delicate flowers are the main attraction, displaying shades of white or cream with distinctive purple markings. Eria javanica is often cultivated as an ornamental plant and is well-suited for orchid enthusiasts who enjoy cultivating a diverse collection. Proper care involves providing bright but indirect light, high humidity, and allowing the plant to dry slightly between waterings.