Paphiopedilum Select – Brachypetalum/Parvisepalum Influenced

4” square pots
In bud delivered in the US (except Alaska) in-pot $13.00

Paphiopedilum Saigon Pink ‘Lehua’s Pink Phantom’ AM/AOS (20142714 award photo Barfield)

10504 Paphiopedilum Saigon Pink

(Paphipedilum Ho Chi Minh 'Pink Balloon' x Paphiopedilum philippinense 'JEM' AM/AOS)
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When these are good they are stunning, no two ways about it.  Unfortunately there is a high risk of them being not very good, although the color is still a delight.

Paphiopedilum Henrietta’s Charm

00404 Paphiopedilum Henrietta’s Charm

(Paphiopedilum Henrietta Fujiwara 'Sunny' AM/AOS x Paphiopedilum delenatii 'Morning Pink')
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A multifloral, one we are trying to breed on to get a higher flower count and a white multi.  This time we have produced two, sometime three white flowers that we plan to breed to philippinense fma alboflavum.  Meanwhile we have a great flower to enjoy in its own right.


  • About Lehua Orchids

    Lehua Orchids is located on the Island of Hawaii (the Big island, also known as the Orchid Isle). We are on the slopes of Mauna Loa, half way between Hilo and Volcano in a community called Mountain View. In this location we enjoy the benefits of our almost daily trade winds, and nightly from the cooling effects of our “mauka” winds (winds coming down from the top of the mountain)

    In this location we are able to specialize in intermediate temperature orchids. Our daily highs in summer are about 85 degrees with a 20 degree drop at night. in winter our highs are around 75 and 60 at night. These conditions allow us to specialize in our favorite orchids, Paphiopedilums, Phragmipediums, Angraecums and Lycaste.