These little beauties are a primary hybrid between Paphiopedilum appletonianum and Paph. urbanianum. We're expecting to see lots of variation between individual plants however both parents share a similar color pallet. Most should have brownish red pouches, with green/brown petals tipped in pink and white and green sepals. Paph. appletonianum is smooth with little to no striations or spotting while Paph. urbanianum is fuzzy, heavily mottled and has a striated sepal. The possibilities are endless! Pictured is the Paph. appletonianum parent. Available as young blooming size plants in 2.25'' pots.
- Leaf Span: 8-12''
- Light: Low-Medium, 1000-2000 foot candles
- Water: Evenly moist
- Temperature: Intermediate to warm, 58F nights to 90F days
- Fragrance: No