Also known as the Osmantha Encyclia, is an orchid species native to Central America, particularly Belize, Costa Rica, and Panama. It belongs to the family Orchidaceae. This epiphytic orchid typically grows on trees and rocks. It has pseudobulbs with elongated, narrow leaves and produces flower spikes that carry several fragrant flowers. The flowers are often small, with varying colors such as green, yellow, and brown, and they have intricate patterns on the lip. Proper care for Encyclia osmantha involves providing bright, indirect light, maintaining humidity levels, and allowing the orchid to dry slightly between watering.