2″ pot. Primary hybrid between two small species. C aclandiae is a dwarf Brazilian species with attractive leaves that produce purple spots in high light. It blooms with highly fragrant flowers with greenish petals and sepals densely spotted with dark purple-brown and a bright magenta lip. C nobilior is another small Brazilian species that flowers with full pink flowers that are highly fragrant. What the cross will look like is anyone’s guess, but the plants are sure to be small, very fragrant, and flowers will be large for the size of the plant. Young seedlings are probably 1-2 years from blooming. Photo shows Cattleya aclandiae, not the cross.