2” pot. C walkeriana is a compact Brazilian species that 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. Excellent species produces large flowers for the size of the plant. C Calummata is a primary hybrid between C aclandiae and C intermedia, dating to the late 19th century. It blooms with white to light pink flowers covered with dark purplish-red spots. The lip is dark pink-lavender. This should be a very nice cross. Young seedlings.