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P. volonteanum (also known as P. hookerae var. volonteanum) shows intense, bold colors in its bloom. We're pleased to offer some blooming size plants of this rare species.  more...


P. wardii is a dark colored species that grows in the wild in northern Myanmar. Its sinister look, coupled with its snakeskin foliage, has attracted collectors since it was first discovered in 1922.  more...

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