Paphiopedilum Select – Species

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Paphiopedilum callosum var.sublaeve ‘Withdrawn Gift’

30103 Paphiopedilum callosum var. sublaeve

(Paphiopedilum callosum var. sublaeve 'Withdrawn Gift' x self)
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Synonym callosum var. thailandense.  Great multifloral, yes it is, species.  The first bloom usually shows two flowers but the parent has had consistently three and sometimes four flowers.  Repotted into 4″ pots Spring 2015.  Here is a picture of the parent.

Paphiopedilum sukhakulii fma aureum

21103 Paphiopedilum sukhakulii fma aureaum

(Paphiopedilum sukhakulii fma aureum 'Green Triumph' x Paphiopedilum sukhakulii fma aureum 'Green Joy')
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These were transplanted into 4′ final pots in early 2015.  Normally we do not list anything until it has been in its final pot for a year.  We know how much in demand species areand these are flowering beautifully, so here they are.

Paphiopedilum tonsum

10704 Paphiopedilum tonsum

(Paphiopedilum tonsum 'Tall B' x Paphiopedilum tonsum 'Bigby")
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We sibling crossed two carrying the same album parent.  We did get a number of fma alboviride that we have kept to try to self.  We did not get the statistical 25% presumably because the album form is weaker and the seedling would have been culled in the growing cycles.  We are selling the alboviride […]

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    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.