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lowii 'Princehouse' AM/AOS x sib  
POL1700-BS

$25.00
This P. lowii cross using 'Princehouse' AM/AOS as a parent has produced progeny with excellent color and form. An excellent addition to any orchid collection.  more...


malipoense  
POL1370-BS

$30.00
P. malipoense produces a lovely, scented lime-green flower on a tall infloresence. Its color and bulbous pouch make it a distinctive Paph that belongs in every collection.  more...


mastersianum  
POL1160-BS

$85.00
This is a blooming size P. mastersianum. These plants are HARD to find even non-blooming size, but we are very fortunate to have a few available. Its stately flower bears a green dorsal rimmed in white, with a reddish pouch and richly colored pet  more...


micranthum  
POL1320-BS

$35.00
P. micranthum has one of the most colorful flowers of all Paph species. The small size of the plant, and deep tesselated patterns on its leaves, combined with the flower's color, make P. micranthum very popular. These plants being offered are  more...


nivuem 'Huge' x 'Nae Shan' SM/TPS  
POL1840-SD

$16.00
Small, cute, and white, P. niveum has been a favorite amongst collectors since it was discovered in 1868. The 'Huge' parent speaks for itself, while 'Nae Shan' has very nice form. This cross will no doubt produce some winners!  more...


nivuem 'Thai select 1' x 'Thai select 2'  
POL1842-BS

$25.00
Small, cute, and white, P. niveum has been a favorite amongst collectors since it was discovered in 1868. This is an exciting new cross using select Thai parents. These plants are anything but small (for niveum, at least!) with LS ~18 cm.  more...


nivuem var. alba 'Sogo' x 'Nae Shan' SM/TPS  
POL1841-SD

$19.00
Small, cute, and white, P. niveum has been a favorite amongst collectors since it was discovered in 1868. The 'Sogo' parent is an alba version (completely white), while 'Nae Shan' has very nice form. The progeny from this cross will all carry the  more...


parishii  
POL1740-BS

$125.00
P. parishii is one of the loveliest of the multifloral Paph species. Blooming-size P. parishii are exceedingly rare, so here is your chance to get one! Some of these have a mature growth, and a sizable second growth.  more...


platyphyllum  
POL1720-SD

$25.00
P. platyphyllum is rarely seen for sale, but fortunately not because it's hard to grow! In fact, these seedlings are quite easy to grow, and will produce a multifloral plant that look a bit like stonei. That should come as no surprise, as  more...


praestans  
POL1730-SD

$30.00
P. praestans is a striking species that resembles a small rothschildianum, but with twisted petals. Its small size and ease of growth makes it a great plant for the windowsill.  more...



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