Dracula andreettae is from Columbia and Ecuador. In the wild this species inhabits mountain cloud forest at elevations between 1,500 and 2,200 metres. Inflorescences are pendent, measure 15-20cm and bear successively opening flowers that each measure 20cm from tail to tail. The plant blooms in the late autumn.
This is a flowering sized plant. Grow Dracula andreettae in a net pot or basket and use loosely packed sphagnum moss as a media. Make sure plants get sufficient air movement particularly when gown in humidity above 80%; always ensure that humidity is sufficiently high and give plants moderate shade. Plants need to be grown wet; I grow my Dracula species sitting in water. This species grows well in an intermediate to cool greenhouse or indoors in suitable conditions, including, a difference between day and night temperature, air movement and sufficient humidity.