Cochleanthes discolor

This one smells heavenly up close, but unlike a Brassavola, will not fill a room with its scent.  Like other Cochleanthes and related, it needs a lot of water.  I pretty much keep it sitting in half an inch of water, or top it off to there if it’s getting low.  If you let it sit dry for too long, the leaves will “accordion.”

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