Memoria George Kennedy is a hybrid that was registered with the RHS in 1981; the originator was D. Nail. The seed parent is Angcm. eburneum ssp. giryamae while the pollen parent is Angcm. eburneum ssp. comorense. Each sub-species is a variation of Angcm. eburneum. One of the traits that stands out is that of the nectary (spur); it resembles that of the pollen parent; close to a half inch longer than the traditional Angcm. eburneum. Another trait that is dominant in the hybrid is the nonresupinate uppermost lip; about a half inch to three quarters of an inch larger than the seed parent. This is one of four plants that is grown in 100% red lava rock (medium to coarse sized pcs. allowing for fast drainage and plently of room for the root system to develop). It receives a range of bright diffused sun light that measures 2500 FC to 4000 FC year round. The amount of water the plant is given varies depending upon the time of year. Summer watering is every other day and what ever rain it receives late spring through early fall. Once temperatures come down into the upper 70s, water is reduced to every three to four days. Angcm. Memoria George Kennedy doesn't appear to have a dormant period so I fertilize every week throughout the year. I have observed an extremely fast development in the root system where the roots will begin to grow outside of the pot or basket; be sure to prevent those roots from attaching to anything around the plant.