I don't have proper notes on this plant. I got it last year and forgot to catalog it. It has grown well this year but I am a little worried about the roots. It is potted in lava rock which holds quite a bit of water. In my environment it gets watered every day and I count on quick drainage.
Rhyncholaelia digbyana grows from southern Mexico to Costa Rica. It is cool to warm growing, fragrant, needs bright light and blooms in summer. It is used in many hybrids. It is often called Brassavola digbyana. The genus Rhyncholaelia (Rhynch) contains 2 species that were formerly included in Brassavola. They grow in Central America and are fragrant tropical epiphytes needing bright light.
When the flowers have had a chance to fully open I will see about getting a flower picture. I like to have the flower picture go with the exact plant if at all possible. The picture on this post was taken at the SFOS show and tell table.