This beautiful primary hybrid is a nice example of letting them go to specimen size. Plant is potted in an inorganic mix (mostly rock) and sports 14 blooms on 9 inf. Colors are more vibrant than photo indicates.
I agree the habit is less than tidy, in this case I am partly responsible as I just let it ramble. The fact I used an inorganic media, and hung it meant I didn’t have to do anything except pot it up. My day of reckoning is on the horizon.
All of subgenus Hadrolaelia is prone to sprall, so both parents are contributing. Even with military level potting discipline, they sprall. With free-form growth like this you see the full natural potential.