Cymbidium goeringii is a native of NW India, Bhutan, China,Taiwan, Ryukyu Islands, Japan and Korea as a small, cool growing terrestrial with small ovoid pseudobulbs carrying linear-elliptic, acute, arched leaves with fine toothed margins that blooms in the winter and spring on a basal, erect, basally sheathed 4" (10cm) long, solitary to few [1 to 3] flowered inflorescence. Breathe The flowers are fragrant, 2" (5cm) across and held low amid the leaves.
The plant has been a perennial favourite of Japanese and Chinese culture for centuries.
I grow mine in a standard terrestrial orchid compost on the floor in an unheated greenhouse and I water it when I remember. The leaves are evergreen.