The foliage looks like a Paph. armeniacum. Blooming-size it appears too. It's not a hard grower, just keep it evenly moist and give it bright but filtered sunlight. *Blooming* it is the challenge. I've never bloomed mine, and perhaps never will, but people tell me that a month of 50 degree temps in winter will help the process. I think the consensus is that this is the single most difficult to bloom species in section parvisepalum. But it'll be worth it if it blooms!