Ghost Orchid is native to Florida, Cuba and the Bahamas. The common names include palm polly and white frog orchid. The plant has no leaves. This orchid blossoms between June and August with one to ten fragrant flowers that open one at a time. During its peak fragrance emittance in the early morning, the scent is fruity, resembling an apple. This is an endangered orchid in the wild. This flower is bloom once or twice in a year.