This is the largest Cymbidium I have (I guess they are called ‘standard’), a delicate pale green, flowers are about 12 cm across. Current pot and plant are together more than 1.5 m tall. Only 4 spikes this winter, and they are all in different stages of development. Several years ago was its best blooming (last photo), all flowers opening more or less at the same time. I successfully propagated it from backbulbs (old leafless pseudobulbs) by separating them, removing all dried remaining leaf matter, and placing them in a ziplock bag. Nothing else in the bag, just put it in a dark closet, at room temperature, and in a month or two there were small new shoots. Gave them all to friends after I potted them and when they became a decent size. About a month before buds start opening this winter.