These elegant, sweeping flowers are three and a half inches long and bloom from vigorous, stiff, upright leaves. The flowers are a fusion of the its Central American, species parents: the distinctive shape, night fragrance, and translucent, creamy-green color of Brassavola nodosa, and the larger sized and delicately fringe lip of Rhyncholaelia digbyana.
Current taxonomy has this intergeneric hybrid classified as a Rhynchovola, since moving Rl. digbyana out of the genus Brassavola and into Rhyncholaelia.
Intermediate growing. July - August blooming.
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