The photos hardly make these amazing flowers justice... they are even more intense in real life. Every spring it produces this gorgeous color explosion, and once it gets going it blooms for months. It is a medium sized intermediate to cool growing epiphyte from Honduras, Mexico and Nicaragua where it grows at 1400-2600 m. I grow it in sphagnum moss and intermediate. Only a slightly drier winter rest (not dry). I grow it as bright as I do Cattleya. It has five mature bulbs from last year and three of them are already blooming. The other two have buds on the way, so I hope they will catch up soon. More pictures on the blog.