Anguloas, also called Tulip Orchids, are relatives of the Lycaste orchid genus. They are found in South American rainforests. The flowers have good substance, and they are fragrant orchids, typically smelling of cinnamon. Colors are geen, white, yellow, and red. The flowers are round and curved inward, giving them a resemblance to tulips. There's one flower per spike, but you often get many flower stems. They have large, thick pseudobulbs, with long, thin, veined leaves.