It's often seen over here too . I have a couple of examples - one had 4 spikes this year, and the other two. Can easily have far more, without being too large ( too large for me, these days, is anything bigger than an 8 or 9 inch pot. They are just too heavy to be handled comfortably and safely if bigger than that - especially since I do my watering by dunking plants in buckets.)
The spikes can be even more pendant than this, just hang down the side of the pot ; so I keep mine attached to pot hangers - as a reminder . Then when they start spikes, I hang them from wires running along the length of my growhouse. ( I do this for most of the cymbidiums, even those with upright spikes ).
The only cultivar I have seen on sale here is Ice Cascade, or somethimes in general garden centres, unlabelled ones, which are just plain white flowers. Orchidwiz shows ;pics of several different greens - usually with white lip - varying in intensity from a creamy pale green, to a dark apple green - labelled as Mint Sherbert - that is the palest - and Jennifer - the darkest . there is also one nice dark pink - Helen. But Ice Cascade is the most striking I think.