Cattleya Peckhaviensis was registered by Sir C. Marriott in England in the year of 1910. It is a hybrid between Cattleya aclandiae x schilleriana both of which are compact Brazilian orchids, fragrant and are grown under bright light, 3000+ foot candles, intermediate temperatures with a slight winter rest. The flowers are 3 1/2 inches with a heavy, waxy finish and are long lasting. They want to totally dry out between watering with a dilute fertilizer year round. These are blooming size divisions.