Here is a better photo of this terrestrial orchid that was purchased from a perennial plant catalog. It is easy to see here why it is commonly sold with the name "egret flower".
@[ Angraecum family | Cattleya family | Cypripedium family | Dendrobium family | | Miscellaneous | | Oncidium family | Phalaenopsis family | Stanhopea family | Vanda family ]
[ Bif. harrisoniae | Ble. striata | Bulb. blumei | Coel. parishii | Cyc. chlorochilon 'Green Giant' | Cymb. Mighty Remus 'Vintage' | Cymb. Senheart | Cymb. unknown | Cymb. unknown | Gram. scriptum var. citrinum 'Green' | Gram. scriptum var. citrinum (flower) | | Habn. radiata | | Hrlla. retrocalla | Lud. discolor | Max. tenuifolia | Morm. paraense ]