Epidendrum Pink Cascade is a primary hybrid between Epidendrum ilense and E. revolutum. As far as I know, it is only available from Burnham Nurseries in Devon, and it is there that this hybrid was made. I am not sure exactly when this occurred, as information is rather scarce, but I don’t believe I’ve seen an adult plant yet (note the difference between a flowering size plant and a mature adult plant), but the young plants that I have seen at the nursery, and the one that I own, are already a couple of feet tall. Judging by the size that E. ilense can reach, I imagine this hybrid will become a big specimen in years to come.
My plant has two canes, the flowers arising from the older one. The younger cane is still growing, even though it is several inches taller than the other. I grow it in a warm room, but it is definitely tolerant of lower temperatures, and may even prefer them, as it is quite difficult to keep it sufficiently watered in warm conditions, which is unusual for Epidendrum. When placed outside for the summer, it plumped up very nicely indeed, though it still has quite soft foliage compared to the other Epidendrum orchids that I grow. I assume from this that it is happier slightly cooler than I usually keep it. It has a good root system and does not seem to resent being disturbed when potting it on. It enjoys bright light, but I suggest you provide slightly more shade than you would for thicker leafed varieties of Epidendrum.
As with most reed-type Epidendrum, flowers are produced from the top of the completed cane, on a long thin inflorescence which hangs down gracefully, the flowers being held in a loose bunch at the tip. Inflorescences should not be removed until they are thoroughly dry, brown and dead, because they can continue to produce blooms for some time.