wow, does it carry the kingianaum scent? i walked into a shop last spring, and smelled something so sweet i just had to follow my nose and nearly flipped when i found it coming from a little overgrown pot of dendrobiums. i asked what it was and they said oncidium, but i bought it anyway, and have tracked it online to being some kingianum hybrid, but i'm happy to have a NOID if it smells like that! tiny pale pink/white flowers can be acceptable even to me (a true avoider of all things pink) when they scent the whole neighborhood! although i found it did need direct sun to produce the scent at all. if a cloud passed over the sun, the scent stopped until the cloud was out of the way again. i found that very odd but kind of cool. i am told that you CANNOT WATER IN FALL on kingianums, or they produce only keikeis and no flowers at all. so here, i am told last week of october, no water until second week of december or no flowers... not sure how that would affect yours. and it can take temps down to freezing, if dry.