One of the things we do at Orchid Classics is trying to create smaller versions of otherwise big popular, species, One of those is the Rhynchostylis gigantea. these are wonderfull and fragrant species loved by many. They are how ever not the easiest to grow for a lot of growers. Just the size alone will make a windowsill grower in most cases not want to devote to much real estate to one plant. So by crossing them with smaller species that will reduce their size, in our opinion you can create the best of both worlds. Some of the smaller species we use for this are Vanda (Neofinetia) falcata, Holcoglossum flavesense. Ascocentrum christensonianum, Vanda cristata, Vanda (Christensonium) vietnamica.. Some of the crosses created are as an exemple : Vandachostylis Pinky , Ascofinetia Twinkle, Ascofinetia Peaches and so on. A lot of times they retain the fragrance especially when Neofinetia is used as a parent. As most species only flower once a year the offspring's of these crosses are free flowering .