This is a specimen sized plant that grew out of an 8" wooden basket to the point I had to disassemble the basket off of it at the end of last summer. *Now it's in a 10" wire basket. *Last year it had 21 flower spikes of 10-15 blooms each.
It's an easy orchid, in my opinion. *This one lives in CT and spends summers outside hanging in a tree and spends the rest of the year hanging in a west window. *It gets watered 1-2 times per week year round and*I also give it a blast of water every couple days during hot & dry midsummer weather. *After this coming season's new growth, I'll no longer have a place for it because my windows are so narrow.
As with just about all available orchid species, you can see a photo at Jay Pfahl's Orchid species site - http://orchidspecies.com. *Scroll down the page, click on the "G" section, and then go down that page until you see it. *I can't find any photos of my plant in bloom, but the flowers will be more of a dark bronze, with yellowish orange highlights. *They have a spicy orange scent that makes me think of oranges stuck with cloves.
Let the bidding start at $15 and I'll pay the shipping once it passes $25. *I'll ship it bare root by priority mail, so be ready with a 10" or greater basket and a suitable potting mix. *I have it in an ~50/50 mix of CHC and sponge rock. I will only ship to a US address.