2” pot. B nodosa (shown in main photo) is native to rain forests in Central and South America has stout, cylindrical, succulent leaves. Flowers are light green and spidery in shape with a broad, white, heart-shaped lip. They are fragrant at night. Enc radiata is also known as Prosthechea radiata (shown in gallery photo). This Central and South American species blooms in spring and summer with fragrant “cockleshell”-type flowers. The flowers are white with an “upside-down” heart-shaped lip striped with purple. The plant is compact, with flattened oval pseudobulbs. Young seedlings.