This is a plant that I obtained from the late Wilbur Chang more than 20 years ago. The plant is very easy to grow and can make an excellent specimen plant with more than a dozen flowers in bloom at one time. The flowers have a slight fragrance and will last for over a week. The plant shown here is growing on a wood slab and hung under 50 percent shade. It is kept damp by watering almost daily. You can easily take cuttings from the plant. I usually take cuttings with 3 bulbs and either attach the cuttings to a wood slab or plant them in plastic pots with orchid bark as the media.