This is for quite a while now the only Masdevallia hybrid I grow, and I've kept this only because I had it awarded by the American Orchid Society several years ago. I don't find it unattractive, but just don't grow many hybrids. This is a hybrid of Masdevallia mendozae and Madevallia Angel Frost, both of which have the hair-lined flowers of the Saltatrices section of Masdevallia. This plant blooms in the winter and spring with an occasional flower the rest of the year. The plant is 15 cm tall and the flowers are just over 3 cm long. The plant is grown, like many others, in a plastic net pot and in sphagnum moss.