The Dimerandra emarginata is blooming again on a different cane. The flower from July had developed a seed pod. It is a probably self, since there are no other plants of that species. I rarely get seed pods. Seed pods are interesting but worthless to me. I have no wish to spend the money and/or time to germinate them. It is possible to do this at home but takes patience and attention to detail, not to mention the five years to blooming.
The genus Dimerandra (Dmd) contains 7 species growing from the West Indies down to Brazil at lower elevations.
Dimerandra emarginata grows from Mexico all along the east coast of South America down to Brazil. It is warm to hot growing and grows in low elevation rain forests, blooming through summer into fall.