|This common epiphytic orchid grows in open eucalypt
forest, usually in hollow limbs or tree trunks. It forms large
clumps and is quite conspicuous in the trees.
The grass like leaves of this orchid grow to 60cm by 2cm. This
orchid has no pseudobulbs.
The flower stem grows to 30cm with up to 50 flowers. A large
plant will generally have many flower stems.
Flowers are 20 to 30mm across and are green or brownish green with
large purple mark on labellum. The flowers are also highly perfumed.
The only similar orchid is Cymbidium madidum which can be easily
distinguished by its large pseudobulbs.