On offer there is a healthy and well established moth orchid species which can flower in the same pot. It is a small sized, hot growing, pendant growing epiphyte with an erect to ascending, short stem completely enveloped by persistent leaf-bearing sheaths and carrying pendulous, broad, rounded, light green, 30 cm long leaves.
The Beautiful Phalaenopsis blooms in the summer and fall on a suberect or arcuate, 7 cm long, racemose or paniculate, few flowered inflorescence with a flattened, fractiflex rachis and small ovate bracts and has only 2 to 3, highly fragrant flowers open at a time. The flowers are waxy, measuring about 4-5 cm in diameter. The two lower sepals seem to rest on the leaves and present an electric magenta coloration, especially on the lower half. The upper petals and sepals have a buttery green colour which makes the contrast very striking. The magenta colour seems to bleed into the other petals until it totally disappears. The lip is narrow and elongated, having a deep magenta coluor as well. The upper sepal can curve to the front, depending on particular individuals.