This is a hybrid of Cattleya walkeriana X Laelia lucasiana. Due to the ever-changing nomenclature of orchids I will note that the rupicolous Laelia lucasiana = Laelia longpipes and may previously have been or may even now be classified as a Sophronitis or Hoffmannseggella. I can't keep up. There is one stem with three flowers borne from the center of a newly opening leaf. Each flower has a diameter of about 2 inches. This is a very petite plant consisting of 1 to 1.5 inch tall upright egg-shaped pseudobulbs topped by very stiff 1.5 to 2 inch tall upright spoon-shaped leaves. At first the flowers smelled very strongly of freshly crushed gourmet Tellicherry peppercorns, but after a few days they've added a slightly fruity Oleander floral scent into the mix -- quite pleasant either way! I've had this plant for about a year. It came from SBOE. This is the first time it has bloomed for me. It grows cool and very bright in a small basket filled with chunks of granite. I gave it minimal moisture during the winter months and more once growth commenced in the spring. This one's a keeper!