I'll stick with Cochleanthes, thanks. This plant is the the first species orchid I bought, sometime in the late 90's. It's now in a 10" bulb pan. It tends to bloom for several months at a time, twice a year. There are close to a dozen buds hidden among the leaves. Flowers are about 3" long and sweetly fragrant in the morning. Both leaves and flowers are prone to fungal spotting, so good air circulation is probably a good idea. I grow it moist, shady, with intermediate temps.