Laelia rubescens is a species of orchid native to Mexico and Central America.Laelia rubescens occurs throughout Central America. It grows epiphytic on trees or lithophyte on rocks in dry areas and wooded regions in seasonally dry, deciduous forests at an altitude of 100 to 1700 meters above sea level. It is a medium sized, hot to cool growing epiphyte and occasional lithophyte with compressed, ovoid, wrinkled, dark green, 4 to 7 cm long, 1.5-4 cm wide pseudobulbs subtended by papery sheaths carrying a single (rarely 2) leathery, apical, oblong-ovate, spreading or suberect, leathery, v shaped in cross-section, obtuse, basally clasping, 6 to 20 cm long and from 1.5 to 4 cm wide leaf. The Rosy Tinted Laelia flower in the autumn and winter on a new growth with a to 90 cm long, terete inflorescence with fragrant flowers all clustered at the apex that may close at night or not, covered in papery sheaths. The flowers are white, pink or purple with a red-brown stain inside the lip, measuring 3 to 7 cm in diameter, on sunny days very pleasantly smell. Sepals elongated-lanceolate, with pointed tips, slightly arched back, 2-4.5 cm long and 0.5-1 cm wide. Petals are rhomboid, wide, rounded at the tips, wavy at the edge, slightly curved back, measuring 2.5-4 cm long and 1-2 cm wide. The lip is triple, 2-4 cm long and 1.5-2.5 cm wide, its lateral parts cover the column, and the front part is round to square in shape, slightly wavy along the edge.