After a few years, I've finally managed to bloom another cyp (we won't talk about the acaule that bloomed and died a while back). It has another bud but did't want to wait til it opens to snap a pic since the first flower will inevitably get knocked off, eaten, or have some other calamity overtake it. Who knew this would be so difficult to grow, given that it is native to this area? The 'dust' on the leaves (which I blew off the flower) is from a carpenter bee about 12 feet above, which has made a home in the stump of a large branch (about 40' long, and rather thick) which was removed a few years ago in preparation for building the GH. The bee is not long for this world, but I'm waiting til the cyp is out of bloom to hit the hole with serious chemicals.