Lycaste macrophylla alba
Commonly known as the "Large-Leafed Lycaste" in its white variety, is an orchid species found in Central and South America, including regions like Costa Rica and Panama. Celebrated for its unique and captivating beauty, this epiphytic orchid typically features showy flowers with a distinctive lip shape, accompanied by its large leaves. The "alba" variety typically refers to a white coloration in the flowers. Flourishing in humid and shaded environments, Lycaste macrophylla alba adds a touch of fascination to the world of orchids, captivating enthusiasts and botanists with its remarkable floral display that exemplifies the diversity and elegance of the Lycaste genus.