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Paphiopedilum hybrids arrow conco-bellatulum

conco-bellatulum


POL2040-SD

Price: $12.00


conco-bellatulum

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 growers, and should produce fantastic blooms.

 

P. conco-bellatulum is easy to grow, and less finicky than its P. bellatulum parent, and will add color to any orchid collection.

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