Well Maura, I was going to show you my plant - but I won't bother. I do have to grow it in the greenhouse, and one as big as this would be rather space consuming - but oh so worthwhile !
A question for you - from me ( there's something ! ) what do you grow it in ? I have been using sphagnum moss, but was thinking of trying rock-wool cubes , which are often suggested for terrestrials over here. ( This is of course a terrestrial - I have seen them growing at the sides of ditches in places as far apart as Malaya- going up towards Cameron Highlands, and Costa Rica , on the Atlantic/Carribean side ).
And a suggestion for you - look out for Phaiocalanthe Kryptonite - very similar in size and shape, but some clones - e.g. Chariots of Fire are dark red, and so very dramatic ! I'm sure you will find it worth growing.
I'm hunting it for my own collection, but it seems to have been bred in Florida (?) and the one nursery we have who used to have an associated one near Kissimee has gone out of business - I'm still looking, but you may find it easier - in fact I have found it offered at US nurseries, but importation from your country is too difficult and expensive because of CITES.