|An evergreen, epiphytic orchid, with single, leathery leaves (to 8 inches) growing from ovoid, compressed pseudobulbs. The flowers can be green, white or yellow, and appear in late summer. Should be grown in containers that restrict the roots, with fine-grade epiphytic potting mix, or can be mounted on slabs. Requires high humidity and bright filtered lights in the summer, full light in the winter. Also known as Odontoglossum cordatum.