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Paphiopedilum species arrow concolor



Price: $35.00

P. concolor grows in the wild over a very large range encompassing Burma, parts of China, Vietnam, and Cambodia. In addition, it has a number of different forms, some with long inflorescences bearing multiple flowers, while others have streaks instead of spots. Most P. concolor plants in cultivation appear to be the more typical type, with small dark spots on a yellow background. When flowers first bloom, they typically bloom a much lighter color and become more yellow over time. The leaves are highly tesselated, making it an excellent foliage plant as well.

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