This particular variety of orchid is also known as a Monkey Face Orchid. These varieties are highly sought after among collectors and quite rare to find in retail shops!
Dracula orchids can happily be grown indoors or outdoors in the bay area, provided that they get the conditions that they enjoy. They want to be grown in shade outdoors and in bright gentle light indoors. Dracula orchids need to be consistently wet but also with tons of air flow to the roots. for this reason we grow them in chunky bark and in hanging baskets, and water them 3x a week or so. For best results keep the temperature under 80 degrees during the day, and in the 60s at night.