It appears I have to opportunity to pick myself up either a Catopsis beteroniana or Brocchiana reducta. They seem to want the same method of cultivation (full sun, moist, free-draining media, no frost), and I find both equally fascinating. But I'm having a hard time deciding on which to get! B. reducta or C. beteroniana?
Go ahead and show off your plants, too, as I need reasons.
You can see pics and read an article about them here by Stewart McPherson.
Pics: Catopsis beteroniana vs. Brocchinia reducta
You gotta admit that a well-grown Brocchinia whups Catopsis' behind...