Paphiopedilum Philippinense var Laevigatum is a species also called as Cypripedium Philippinense. It is a large-sized, hot growing terrestrial species that produce white-colored flowers with broadly ovate upper sepal with white and purple-brown longitudinal strips and delicate hairs along the edges. The lower sepals look like the upper sepals, but it is narrower and with greenish strips. Long dangling ribbon-shaped petals several times twisted along the entire length and along the upper edges covered with warts, from which grow bunches of cilia. The yellow color at the base of the petals turns into a dark red. Lip has the shape of an inverted helmet, pale yellow with brownish-green veins.
- Type: Species ( x Sib )
- Country of Origin: Taiwan (CITES Appendix II)
- Status: Without Flowers/ Spikes/ Buds
- Fragrance: No
- Flower Colour: Yellow | White | Red
- Plant Stage: Blooming Stage
- Pot Size: 8 Cm
- Potting Media: Floatstone | Coconut Husk Chips
- Growing Conditions: Intermediate to Warm
Growth & Care: Paphiopedilum Care Guide
Note: Colors, Patterns & Size of the Flowers can vary due to the variations produced by Hybrids or Species. There are chances that the Buds/Flowers could dry up in transit during Shipping after Packing. The Local Climatic conditions and the nutrition given can affect the Brightness & Colour Intensity of Flowers. While we make every effort to match the actual colours of the flowers, the Photographs may not be the exact representation, due to different Monitor Setting.