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Our nursery grows two kinds of 'Ladyslipper' Orchids.  Paphiopedilums, origintating in Asia and Phragmipediums, hailing from South America. We grow both species and man-made crosses. 

The ladyslippers commonly found growing wild in the United State are called Cypripediums and are not ones we grow or sell. They are very rare, and must have special growing conditions very hard to duplicate in cultivation. If you seen them growing the woods or your backyard, we suggest enjoying them where they are since transplanting them successfully is nearly impossible. 


Please refer to individual items for time expected until first blooming. Many of our offerings are young plants that will need to be grown to flowering size.  Unless otherwise stated in the description, items listed are not sent in spike, bud or bloom.

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  1. Ladyslipper Orchid Duo

    Ladyslipper Orchid Duo


    Paphiopedilum 'Ladyslipper Orchid'- Set of Two Plants

    For those wanting to try something new and interesting, these Ladyslipper orchids are the way to go. Culture requirements are very similar to Phalaenopsis, but they like more moisture at their 'feet'. Hybrids bred from Maudiae type parentage stay compact and won't outgrow your space. Plants have two-tone foliage and each stem holds a beautiful bloom for months.

    Growing Suggestions: We suggest these for intermediate growing conditions only, either in the greenhouse or home. Low to medium light is best, with good air flow to keep leaves happy and spot-free.  Water just before the media is completely dried through (one to two times per week), and fertilize every 3rd or 4th watering except in the winter months. (We recommended alternating with Cal-Mag 15-5-15 and your regular balanced fertilizer.) Plants should not be repotted too often, and need snug fitting containers that drain well.

    For a very limited time, we are offering a set of two hybrids selected for their gorgeous coloring and beautiful foliage.  You will receive one each of the plants listed below.  These are established in 4" pots, and are flowering size.  (Plants are expected to produce buds within the next 6-12 months.) Photos show what blooms may look like on these plants.


    * Paphiopedilum Saiun (Paph. sukhakulii x Paph. wardii)- Cross was made using the green or 'alba' forms of both parents.  The result is seedlings with strong influence from the sukhakulii pod parent.  The lush foliage and the flower pouches tend to show the more distinct markings of wardii


    * Paphiopedilum Wolf's Folly (Paph. wardii x Paph. Dire Wolf)-- A new cross that again uses an album species parent this time blended with a strong Maudiae-type parent.  The wardii veining is visible on the pouch

     This is a specially priced offering and no further discounts or promo codes will apply. 

    To learn more about about this plant, including time to first flowering please click on the 'Additional Information' tab below.  Unless otherwise stated, please understand that bloom photos show mature sized plants not what those offered currently look like.


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