This will be a unique hybrid between two orchid species. We have yet to see the final bloom but expect something very different from the rest of our collection - somewhere in the yellow/pink ranges, a small to medium bloom is likely - we cannot wait to see what she produces. It is an unusual pairing of a Phalaenopsis and a Trichoglottis. There is a small chance that the perfume of Phal. schilleriana may be imparted into some of the progeny.
Phalaenopsis are possibly the most popular orchid available for inside growing, with their spectacular spike of long-lasting, showy blooms. Originating from India, through southeast Asia, north to the Philippines and south to northern Australia; they therefore like a well-lit, warm position. Keep them indoors all year round in a well ventilated area, but away from direct sunlight, cold drafts and windows - where temperature changes are extreme.
What you will eventually see flowering will be a blending of the two parents. In some cases we are able to provide you with a photo of the progeny, however please bear in mind that variations in colour, etc are expected with seedling crosses.