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Welcome to Paphiness Orchids!

ImageWe specialize in fine Paphiopedilum and Phragmipediumlady slipper orchids.  As one of the most colorful and diverse orchidgenera, slipper orchids have fascinated orchid lovers for over 150 years.  We provide only the finest, healthiest plants to our clients,whether they are buying their first Paphiopedilum or have beencollecting for years.

 

Part of the joy of growing orchids is the constant learning process. We continually update our culture information with advice andobservations from experienced growers around the world.  You can also find information on orchid biology and genetics geared to thelayperson.

 

 We are now blogging about slipper orchids at www.slipperorchidblog.com.


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