We are glad to have some fairrieanum influenced hybrids again. There are not many but the first one is in bud. As soon as it flowers we will register the cross and photograph it.
Paphiopedilum Select - Hybrid
4” square pots
In bud delivered in the US (except Alaska) in-pot $14.00
From the late Sandra Song’s breeding this should be an intriguing teacup Paphiopedilum. We see Harold has used tranlienianum in his teacup breeding. As soon as we see one flower we will register the cross and add a photograph to the website.
Yes, we know there is a Paphiopedilum Memoria Sandy Song that will be listed in our Premium section, but this flower is too good and makes a fitting tribute to Sandy’s work with teacup Paphiopedilums. She used a full size yellow complex as the pollen parent with her awarded miniature. Photograph to follow.
The late Sandra Song’s remake of this very popular primary hybrid (we sold out of our own remake very quickly). Photograph to follow.
Another of the late Sandra Song’s teacup Paphiopedilum creations. Great yellow color and flowers frequently. This plant in the photograph has flowered now for the third time with us, and this time has two flowers. It was a young seedling in a 2″ pot when Sandy died three years ago.
Mrs Song was enamored with the teacup Paph. This is one of her better results. Limited availability
A delightful easy growing, free blooming venustum hybrid. This will work its way into our attempts to create yellow Maudiae style flowers. One has been awarded to our customer, Paph Paradise. The photograph is of the awarded flower but is not the award photo.
We jhve long been fascinated by the prospects of crossing a yellow complex with a Maudiae style green & white. The results have always grown like a weed but the flowers have been poor. At last here is one that justifies ur belief and persistence.
Another one we have been remiss in listing. We took the first to bloom to be judged. This is the photograph. Many have been sold to the folks who check out our “Awards” section. A word of caution, the leaves do bruise easily when cleaned.
We can’t believe we have not listed these before, our mistake! Although we have sold a lot of them. Sorry about the name, Tetsu, when he owned the Orchid Zone won the race to name. This is the flower we had awarded at Paph. Guild in Hilo in 2018. As the name implies, the dorsal […]
We could not believe that this primary hybrid had not been made. We are delighted with the result. However, interestingly we made the same cross using lowii as the pod parent. We have a lot but you will probably never see them as almost all of them with lowii as the pod parent are failing […]
A very appealing mid-size flower that has a great sequential habit on a tall, upright stem.