Rangaeris amaniensis X Cyrtorchis arcuata
A night-fragrant, Summer blooming beauty! Both of its South African parents contribute to its nighttime fragrance. These off-white, spurred flowers are each about one inch tall with their petals elegantly curling backward. The Cyrtorchis
parent also contributes a lovely, compact growth habit to its monopodial, succulent-like foliage. It has grown well outdoors here with our Cymbidiums
, but it should also thrive inside a well-lit greenhouse, like an intermediate Cattleya
. . Temperature Tolerant. July - August blooming.