Paphiopedilum insigne from the Orchid family with over 28000 species.is a genus of the Lady slipper orchid of the flowering plant family Orchidaceae with over 28000 species.The leaves can be short and rounded or long and narrow, and typically have a mottled pattern When older shoots die, newer ones take over Each new shoot only blooms once when it is fully grown, producing a raceme between the fleshy, succulent leavesThe pouch traps insects seeking nectar, and to leave again they have to climb up past the staminode, behind which they collect or deposit pollinia The orchid, despite several attempts to clone by tissue culture, has never been successfully cloned, for unknown reasons This means every plant is unique.These orchids are relatively easy to grow indoors, as long as conditions that mimic their natural habitats are created Most species thrive in moderate to high humidity 50 70% , moderate temperatures ranging from 55 to 95 degrees Fahrenheit.and low light....
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