It belongs to Cymbidium ensifolium, with upright and rigid leaves.A lovely Asian Cymbidium with a wide distribution, coming from Japan, China, Vietnam , Cambodia, Laos, Hong Kong to Sumatra and Java. Unlike many others in the subgenus jensoa, this variety grows and flowers in intermediate to warm conditions, and blooms in the summer to fall months. The fragrance is quite elegant, and must be smelled as it is hard to describe! Compact in size with lovely grass blade-like foliage. It is a distinctive variety in Cymbidium ensifolium, with peach red flowers and fresh and dry fragrance.