Aphrodite's Phalaenopsis is native from Taiwan to the Philippines in primary and secondary forests, from sea level up to 300 m. It is a medium sized, hot to warm growing, robust, epiphytic with a short, pendulous, robust stem enveloped by imbricating leaf bases and carrying 3 to 5 fleshy or coriaceous, arcuate, pendant, ovate-elliptic, obovate to oblong-oblanceolate, obtuse to subacute, shiny green leaves. The leaves are 20-38 cm long, the upper surface is uniformly dark green and the bottom is purple. Goddess of Fertility blooms from December until April on a lateral, 3' (90 cm) long, racemose or paniculate many flowered inflorescence with small bracts and likes it with shady, humid conditions. The flowers are 6-9 cm in diameter. They exhibit a delicate texture and have an attractive, wide-lobed shape. The flakes of both whorls are white with a cream or green color. The lip is also white and has red and yellow spots. From its end, long, twisted, filamentous appendages grow on both sides.