Paphiopedilum Susan Booth 'noya tetra' x delenatii

Paphiopedilum Susan Booth 'noya tetra' x delenatii - Plant photo by Richard LindbergPaphiopedilum (Paph) contains 100 species in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands. They have no pseudobulb so need moderate shade, good humidity and regular year round watering with good air circulation. They are generally slow growing. Leaves indicate prefered temperature with those that are mottled grow warmer, and the solid green with only one flower grow intermediate to cool.

This plant is in bark over peanuts in a 3 1/2-inch plastic pot. There are two fans that stand 6 inches above the pot.

(Paphiopedilum rothschildianum x Paphiopedilum glanduliferum) x Paphiopedilum delenatii

07/20/2011 - re-potted. It has good roots.

01/16/2008 - New photo.

12/15/2005 - Added to collection as a seedling.