Cattleya jenmanii occurs in Guiana, Venezuela and on the borders of Brazil, where it grows epiphytic in trees in deep forests along rivers at an altitude of 400 to 1200 meters above sea level. It is a small sized, hot to warm growing, unifoliate epiphytic species with clavate, clustered, compressed, 15-18 cm long pseudobulbs subtended by 4 persistent sheaths carrying a single apical, elliptic-oblong, coriaceous, acute, about 20 cm in length and 7 cm in width leaf.
Jenman's Cattleya blooms in the summer and fall on a short to 10 cm, terminal, 3 to 7 flowered inflorescence arising on a mature pseudobulb subtended by a basal spathe. The flowers are highly fragrant. On offer the plant in the second photo is just to show you the exact colour of the orchid but not in the flowers. Limited stock only.