Cymbidium wenshanense 2.75"
species - southwestern China (Yunnan) and northern Vietnam, grown from captive seed
This is a cool-cold grower that is found in forests as an epiphyte rather than a terrestrial as is the case with most Cymbidiums. They would prefer dappled light and regular watering and fertilizing (see ours in the "Supplies" section).
The fragrant flowers are borne late Winter-early Spring and are about 2.75" across, but larger vertically . These are established in sphagnum moss and have second growths started. They are likely 1-2 years from first blooming although, as the picture to the right shows, one 3-growth plant bloomed this Spring (2021)!