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druryi  
POL1040-SD

$30.00
P. druryi has one of the most recognizable flowers of the whole Paphiopedilum genus. Its single yellow flower marked with dark stripes down the middle of the petals and dorsal sepal have made it a favorite amongst slipper lovers since its d  more...


emersonii  
POL1360-NBS

$55.00
One of the few Paph species with a fragrance, P. emersonii flowers give off a lovely raspberry odor that complement the striking flower. White with a yellow pouch, the emersonii flower is highly desired, and somewhat uncommon in cultivation  more...


fairrieanum 'Green Acres' x 'Hidden Pippin'  
POL1060-BS

$30.00
P. fairrieanum has a unique flower among Paph species. The unmistakable dorsal and upturned petals have made this species a favorite amongst collectors and hybridizers since its discovery 150 years ago. This Orchid Zone cross grows with great vig  more...


fairrieanum album 'Green Acres' x 'Hidden Pippin'  
POL1061-BS

$48.00
P. fairrieanum has a unique flower among Paph species. The unmistakable dorsal and upturned petals have made this species a favorite amongst collectors and hybridizers since its discovery 150 years ago. Here, you can own the album form from this e  more...


haynaldianum  
POL1780-NBS

$30.00
P. haynaldianum is a multifloral native to the Philippines. It resembles its relative P. lowii but with different coloration, and a narrower dorsal. An easy species that is tolerant of a wide range of conditions, P. haynaldianum is  more...


henryanum 'Candor' x 'Viarritz'  
POL1100-BS

$45.00
P. henryanum is a delightful, colorful, and compact species that hails from China and northern Vietnam. Its intense colors, beautiful spots, and small size make it one of our favorites! This cross from Japan (and grown by the Orchid Zone) is sett  more...


henryanum 'Terry' x 'Samantha'  
POL1101-BS

$45.00
P. henryanum is a delightful, colorful, and compact species that hails from China and northern Vietnam. Its intense colors, beautiful spots, and small size make it one of our favorites! This is from a select Orchid Zone cross.  more...


hirsutissimum  
POL1130-BS

$35.00
A highly colorful species, P. hirsutissimum enhances any orchid collection. Its large, handsome flower has distinctive frills across its petals which end in splash of red. The pouch and dorsal are speckled with fine spots, making this flower one  more...


insigne  
POL1150-BS

$30.00
While P. insigne's flower lacks the color and form of some of its more impressive cousins, it is nevertheless one of the most influential of all Paphs because of its importance in breeding.  more...


insigne var. sanderae  
POL1151-BS

$35.00
P. insigne var. sanderae is an almost-album form of this species. While the flower is green-yellow, the dorsal has some very small spots.  more...



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