I don't know what the 'ISO' is about but its in the tag....I don't know why I omitted it before.
This fragrant and hardy flower is also commonly called the Prosthechea Green Hornet. The Green Hornet orchid is a result of crossing a Lancifolium orchid with Epidendrum (Encylea) cochleatum or Prosthechea cochleata (causing the name confusion). These plants are sometimes cultivated as house plants where many people donít think of it as an orchid. What name you choose to call it, you can be sure that with the proper care, your Green Hornet will thrive and grace your home with its beauty and fragrance.
I donít know why this plant didnít bloom for me for two years; that is why I am thanking Ronald Hanko for posting a thread on information about Rayís k-lite fertilizer that gave my plants added boost and some are flowering for me this summer. http://www.orchidboard.com/community...ertilizer.html
I give this orchid bright, but indirect, sunlight on my south-facing window in winter; near an electric humidifier with built in oscillating fan and I put it outdoors on the fire escape in the summer.
I wait until the mix is dry then I water it liberally under the sink.