Magnificent pinks with spots
Paphiopedilum Price Point - Maudiae Style (Coloratum, Vini, Flames, Green & White)
4” square pot
If you simply order a selection of Price Point Paphiopedliums and let us choose, then the price is:
In bud delivered in the US (except Alaska) in-pot $16.00 – Alaska $20
You are welcome to select from the following plants, in which case the price is:
In bud delivered in the US (except Alaska) in-pot $20.00 – Alaska $24.00
Absolutely superb vine-colors from this cross. Petula’s Presence is very dark and Petula’s Flame is more to the red end of line.
Illusion just about sums up this cross. The colors are all over the place with very large flowers. The awarded one has a completely different look to it. Click on the thumbnail to see the award photo and another one.
Typically strong upright unstated stems with a smaller flower that is deep pink to purple distally. Frequent bloomer often with two stems.
We combined to pale colored coloraturm flowers and are seeing flowers approaching green and white with spots.
We are seeking to get the yellow in Memoria Jake to spread more fully thru the petals
Bred to be an exceptional vini-color which we are seeing and the inevitable coloratums that come along with vini-breeding are eye-catching, almost flames.
Another Mr. Wonderful (2010) hybrid with beautiful pink and minimal spotting. Mr. Wonderful had (2010) added as we all missed the fact there is a hybrid Paphiopedilum registered as Mister Wonderful. Sorry the photo has small botrytis damage on the dorsal sepal. The photo will be replaced as soon as possible
A green & white bred using two of our white Maudiae style Paphs. We are seeing an above average number of white flowers and delightful pale butter yellow flowers. In bud showing a white bud are $100 when part of your wholesale order.
Magnificent spots on a yellow to green background color
An interesting shape heavily influenced by lawrenceanum album showing a lot of white, some will be all white or pale yellow. Click on the thumbnail to see a second photo.
Another green & white producing an above average number of whites and pale yellows
DelightfullyWood clearly dominated, we are seeing some outstanding and fearsome spotting.
An early white crossed with a white with some green but far better form. We are seeing a few that are truly white and many that are white with green accents, very charming.
Like gentle pinks with spots, then this is for you
A beautiful pink and green, mostly without spots
Interesting, our Petula line is getting away from the vini-color and heading towards pink with this cross
The latest in our oxymoron series, even if Wood is not pleasing this flower really is with strident spotting.
Another in our creation of pink in the Petula series. Yes, we know the flower in the photograph has form issues, but we are using it to show the exceptional range of colors and the beauty of the synsepal framing the pouch
Delightful multi-colored coloraturum with lots of spots
Very attractive deep flame to vini and attractive coloratums. Click on thumbnail to see both photos
Another oxymoron! Neat pink with spots, very attractive
What’s in a name? Most, although not all, presidents appear perfectly charming. Cross made for size, a nice pink blush with spots.
See also 90102 above but using different parents. We are looking to have the red play a greater role in this version
We are seeing some intriguingly different color schemes in contrasting colors, light sepals with dark petals and there again there are ones like the photograph which clearly favors the pod parent, Jewel Green.
Luna Pleasure is such a joy to work with, producing delightful offspring
If Graham’s high school French from many moons ago is remembered correctly this should translate to French Moon. Very handsome flowers, two awards and lots more with award potential
Bringing venustum into classic sukhakulii style Maudiae breeding. Very easy to grow and to bloom
A bold vibrant green accented with yellow and white.
Classic vini-color, lots with very dark foliage reflecting the fact that both parents are vini-color. Most have the down-swept petals following the form of hte pollen parent.
Very much a bold, in your face, flower
As we have always said about Wood Wonder, “you always have to wonder about Wood”. Most presidents fall into the same category, no matter which party! This wonder has our Mr. Wonderful (2010) as one of its grandparents which gives it a lot of pink.
Pink breeding using a pod parent with exceptionally wide petals
One quarter mastersianum gives this hybrid tall stems and long lasting flowers
A nice combination producing both deep vini-color and reds
We love this flower with its potential for red and its potential for contrast. Sorry about the background for the photo. You are welcome to photo-sho[ for your own use.
The awarded flower is as close to black in the petals and pouch as we have seen
A dynamic combination using a pod parent from our most awarded grex altho we have never exhibited this particular flow. We have used that color every time it opens!
Crossing two from our “Oxymoron” series has created a very attractive light colored flame
Both parents from the oxymoron series, a great combination producing substantial flowers
We love using Hawaiian Illusion especially ‘Red Riot’. It flowers freely with a lot of red in the petals
Another truly charming flower out of Friedrich von Hayek. You have to love the fullness of the sepals
Neat variation on a vini-color with some gorgeous flames. Again apologies on he background. You are welcome to photo-shop the background for your own use.
A lot of whites and some pale yellows. An AQ to this grex and an AD in Vancouver
Don’t you just love that pink halo?
A wide range of colors including many flowers that are very dark like this and others that are considerably lighter, more in the colors you would expect from the parents
Lots of pleasing pale pink in this hybrid
Created to be a large Green & White with the emphasis on green
Another cross bred to be large with a heavy component of pink.
With venustum a grandparent on both sides the venustum influence is significant but with some intriguing colors.
A great combination of a heavily spotted green and a green with heavy pink emphasis. Really makes the green more vibrant.
Another in the Oxymoron Series, intriguing vibrant pink like the photo, others have large spots, You are welcome to Photo-Shop the background for your own use. Click thumbnail to see two photos.
Another bolder pink with a light coating of spots.
A vini with a form reminiscent of Maudiae. Many producing two flowers.
Vibrant greens with hints of yellow and spots, lots of spots
Beautiful pink, accented with light spotting
Fascinating cross, about half are wonderful green & white, the other half looks like the awarded flower.
Very dark petals and light or green sepals
Two objectives with this cross, improve the syncopal and lighten the Green & White by bringing more white into play.
Nice vinis and flames on quite light colored leaves
Going back to basics by bringing Friedrich von Hayek back. This time we have paired it with a gorgeous synsepal.
We sib-crossed our awarded Magically Wood with a wonderful Magically Wood that we have never exhibitred. We are well pleased with the result. The photograph is of the awarded parent
Gorgeous Pinks, what else is there to say
Another cross emphasizing lightness in the petals while trying to keep the darker spots. Click on the thumbnail to see what can happen with breeding like this. The next generation may produce white petals with dark spots.
Lovely flames to vinis with elegant spots
An AQ to this cross. We have several red tagged Selected plants that have bloomed with award quality flowers available for $50 each as part of your wholesale order.
We are making progress on red petals
Gorgeous pale pinks with spots
This is a cross of a green & white and a coloraturum. Many of the flowers are green & white and some are coloratum. It is the coloratum that was awarded
Lovely dark petaled contrasting sepal presentation
Lovely pinks to flames
We made this twice and it is also available as 80509. This time we used a different pod parent.
A nicely different coloratum coloring
This is coloratum at its finest, love the pink halo on the dorsal sepal and just a hint of synsepal
Not only did hte first to bloom bloom in February, its award was given on Valentine’s Day eve.
Another very successful flame showing significant pink
Mostly wonderful flames, deep pinks with spots.
Seeing lots of deep red color in the petals
Some exquisitely dark, almost approaching black on the petals. Other’s show hints of red
A cross of a very light Green & White with one of our whites. A good chance of some white flowers. Just look at the photograph. Not the best form by any stretch of the imagination but the spots abound. Just imagine the next generation if we can put some color into the spots!
In addition to the pink coloratum form photographed we are seeing some trending to more red.
Another fascinating result from crossing a Vini with a pink coloratum. The flowers range from Vini, through flames to this different look. Love the syncopal on the awarded one, it does help frame the pouch.
So, why cross two pinks? Because you can get Vini-colors just like this. There are two AM’s to this cross both like the photograph
Great contrasts and some really nice coloratums.
Intriguing cross, every flower seems to be different. The photograph is of the one that seems to display most of the characteristics found in this cross for both color and form
Another in our very successful “contrasts” series where the sepals are a different appearance from the petals and pouch
Very nice flames but mostly shaping towards vini-colored. Mostly pleasingly tall stems.
Hugely popular, a delightfully tall stemmed, long lasting flower thanks to mastersianum, with sukhakulii adding a great touch of character. We have four photographs. Click on the thumbnail, you should see the rest of them
A really stunning contrast, and the coloraturas are quite delightful. This is a resulting of crossing our “Contrasts” series with our “Oxymoron” series
Bringing together our hugely successful Odette & Petula lines once again, we crossed two very dark vini-colored flowers. Almost all the progeny are very dark with exceptionally dark foliage.
Again we have crossed a white with a Green & White in an attempt to improve the form of the white and get more quantity from the cross.
We love adding venustum to Maud hybrids. The colors go all over the place and these are so easy to bloom. In this case you have to love the dorsal sepal.
We also made this another time using a different pollen parent, it is listed as 80508. The results are remarkably similar.
Yes we used yellow petal parents on both sides. Most times this results in yellow in the orogeny but not every time. Click on hte thumbnail to see both photos, the second one emphasizes the spots
A nice pink that bloomed this year, 2022, with multiple spikes
Almost all are very dark vini-color with very dark foliage, not a surprise given the parents.
A remake of a very successful cross. This time a large number of attractive green & whites are occurring.
This is the first of several crosses we have made to try to increase the supply of white Maudiae style. The green and white from this cross are available as part of wholesale orders. The boys is they will carry the white gene. The ones that are showing white are available for $100 each as […]
A lot more spots than we expected, the fun of being a hybridizer
Many dark red to vini-colors.
Pinks with lots of spots
Seeing a lot of pink with some delightful flames
Plenty of reds and dark vini-colors
Quite a few yellows and lots of spots
Really attractive vinis with many showing tendencies towards red
A lot of very different colorations that are hard to call coloratum style but we have not come up with a name for this group of colors.
We crossed a very light colored coloratum (Fred’ Aura) with a proven white. We are seeing some exceptionally light coloraturas that are very large.
Plenty of bright color brought out by an abundance of spots
venustum is only 25% but does its influence show through. There are great pouches and often times intriguing petals like these. This flower was awarded in Shreveport LA August 24, 2019, the award is pending but this is a photograph taken by the Big Island award photographer before it was sent to the Shreveport Judging Center
We love the clean different colors of this new hybrid. Most of the flowers we have seen are very similar in color.
Another emphasis on pink, this time with spots.
Two deeply spotted parents with pink backgrounds crossed. The darker award is shown, the other AM is a much lighter flower. Click on the photograph and both Photos will come up.
We selfed a perfectly lovely flower with the objective of promoting the yellow in the petals. The result is about half the cross has white with yellow and the other half has a pleasant coloratum background. Click on the photo to display the other version
Lovely presentation with flowers that have minimal spotting
We achieved what we were breeding for, light color and large size. A very free blooming hybrid that has bloomed very quickly from flask.
Lots of spots on typically a pink background. We love the large dorsal sepal and the peek-a-boo synsepal giving a hint of definition to the pouch. Both are typical of this cross.
Almost all are deep red vini-colors.
An attempt to bring out the yellow in the petals
The colors are just astounding, love that dorsal sepal
Pinks, what else can we say. Some with spots and some without
Again looking for bright pink and green with very few spots, if any.
Love this form, and the color is quite attractive too, but it does not hold as much appeal as the vinis, unfortunately.
Not too many left of this delightful pink that also has quite a few reds
There are already several HCC’s to this grex, but we could not resist taking this flower in for consideration. This cross is generating a lot of flowers with this appearance.
This puts a very light Green & White with a very light coloratum. There is a green and white version, open the posted photo to see the coloratum.
We found a whole group of this delightful pink with spots. We thought we had completely sold out but here they are again.