Phalaenopsis cornu cervi is an evergreen, epiphytic orchid boasting fragrant, waxy, star-shaped yellow flowers up to 1 – 2 inches across blotched and barred cinnamon-red and exhibiting a white lip. Blooming at any time of the year, they open successively over a few months, 3 to 5 simultaneously. Each flower lasts about 4 weeks. Cornu cervi is native to Southeast Asia. This species has an unusually flattened flower spike. After the flowers have faded, cut the stalk back to just above the second node. A new flowering side shoot may develop. A true collector orchid, this is available as a mature seedling, in a 2″ pot, which will reach blooming size in 12-24 months. This orchid is spectacular! Wow!