Paph. Pinocchio is probably *the* plant for people who don't have much space but want lots of flowers. It is sequentially blooming, one flower lasting 2-4 weeks until it is replaced by a new one, so only one flower on an inflorescence is open at a time usually. But this process can go on for months even in young plants. It is not uncommon for older, larger plants to basically be in bloom non-stop, replacing old, bloomed out spikes with fresh ones as time goes by.
Its pretty easy to grow, basically the same way you would a phalaenopsis with 1-2 hours of early morning or late evening sun in average home temperatures.