A Cattleya white orchid can reach up to 5 inches in width. A white orchid has two fringed petals and always has a darker color lip with unique markings.
The Cattleya white orchid flower is most commonly found in Costa Rica and Argentina and it is one of the biggest genus of the family. The orchid family is one of the largest families of flowering plants. As of 2015, there are more than 25,000 species of orchid flowers found around the world. Some orchid flowers are peloric, which is a genetic trait of an abnormal amount of petals. It is thought this is caused by the environment in which they are grown.