Ten years ago, I bought an unidentified plant at a trade fair. It was dehydrated and in poor condition, but looked so unusual that I bought it anyway. … At last, after ten years, it produced a bud and bloomed. When the flower opened, I saw that it bore some resemblance to the cross Rhyncholaelia digbyana x Cattleya mossiae, which gave me an indication of where to start looking in an attempt to discover its identity.

Text: Chris Loncke
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