A mini-Cattleya that is easy to grow – producing cute flowers almost too bright to look at! One of the parents is C. coccinea by looking at its form and bright coloring and inherited its background to make for a very small growing and frequent blooming plant, this cross also has other parents that are easy to grow, making it one of the least picky true mini that I have come across. This plant is less than 6 inches in height and produce sturdy neat growths with foliage that stays dark green even when grown in very bright light on my south facing window. Blooms several times a year, when new leads make their appearance=a bud will soon come with it, opening one to three brilliant orange-red flowers with yellow highlights that can be up to four inches across on mature bulbs. I potted this in a coarse medium and I will repot when the mix starts to break down whether or not the plant has gone over the edge of the pot. I let it dry between each watering. Fertilizer weakly weekly alternating seaweed mix with Algoflash and wormtea mix.