Beloved by non-orchidists and 40-year hobbyists for it fragrance, dramatic foliage, and ease of growing into a magnificent specimen. Its leaves are pendant and somewhat succulent and serve as beautiful visual contrast to the large, but thin and delicate, white and green flowers. The real treat happens at night when this moth pollinated orchid begins to emit its sweet fragrance. Flowers are long lasting, often over a month. Prefers a little more shade than cymbidiums and cattleyas.Temperature Tolerant. May-June blooming. Species from Mexico and Central America.
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