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Booth's Sand Lady  

A great multifloral hybrid, P. Booth's Sand Lady combines rothschildianum, stonei, and sanderianum all into one plant!  more...


P. conco-bellatulum is a man-made hybrid that also occurs naturally in the wild (as P. wenshanense). The flower gets its beautiful yellow color from the P. concolor, and large spots from P. bellatulum. These seedlings are vigorous g  more...

F. C. Puddle 'Superbum'  

Paph. F. C. Puddle is a cornerstone of white complex hybrid breeding. Originally made in 1932, it is an ancestor of nearly 1300 hybrids. We're pleased to offer a division of the 'Superbum' cultivar. This is an excellent opportunity to own a piece of  more...


Another desirable hybrid for parvi lovers, P. fanaticum is also a naturally occurring cross between P. micranthum and P. malipoense. Very colorful, and easy to grow.  more...

Gloria Naugle  

P. Gloria Naugle is extraordinarily colorful and an excellent part of any orchid collection. P. micranthum gives the flower its color, while P. rothschildianum confers excellent size. A combination of species plants that truly works!  more...

Joyce Hasegawa  

A beautiful primary hybrid, P. Joyce Hasegawa combines the cute P. delenatii with the attractive white of P. emersonii, producing a white flower with a touch of pink.  more...

Magic Lantern  

P. Magic Lantern is a popular cross of P. micranthuim and P. delenatii. It is an easy to grow hybrid that produces a flower that lives up to its name!  more...

Norito Hasegawa  

An awesome yellow flower that is easy to grow.  more...

S. Gratrix  

P. S. Gratrix is a brachy lover's delight, and has been for over 100 years. First made in 1898 by crossing P. bellatulum with P. godefroyae, it remains a highly-desired brachy hybrid for its white flower covered with reddish-purple spots.  more...

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