2” pot. C guttata is a Brazilian bifoliate species that grows at sea level near the beach, tolerating a wide variety of conditions including full sun. Flowers are produced in clusters in fall or winter and are fragrant and waxy. In the alba variety, they are green with a white lip with white sidelobes. This plant can get quite large. C walkeriana is a compact Brazilian species usually blooms in fall with flat 4” fragrant flowers that vary in color from shades of lavender to white, pink, magenta, or dark lavender. Flowers may originate from the top of a fully-developed pseudobulb or they may be produced from a leafless pseudobulb-like growth that arises directly from the rhizome. The plants we have for sale are a cross between an alba and an unknown color form, so the flowers of the offspring will be a surprise. Young seedlings.