The leaves are about 10" long. Once again I learned the lesson that it is much easier to groom a plant of old spikes if you do it before it has new spikes. It isn't fully open, but I put it in our local show at the Sonoma County Orchid Society that starts tomorrow in Santa Rosa. Mercifully, this species isn't noted for any fragrance so one can bring it in the house to enjoy. It is quite adaptable. I grow it at 56, 50 and 45F minimums in moderate light to bright light and it does equally well.