Paphiopedilum glaucophyllum is a species of Paphiopedilum found in Asia.
Plant blooms in the spring with two continually developing 8 cm wide flowers.
Plants are found growing in moss, leaf litter, and on limestone rocks west Java, and Mount Semeru, Indonesia at elevations of 200 to 700 meters. The area is subjected to short rains from summer to fall and havy rains from late fall to early spring.
Plant should be grown in areas with bright light and intermediate to warm temperatures. Pot in a well drain mix such as medium fir bark and perlite or sphagnum moss. Water regularly about every four to five days. Give large amounts of light and water during the summer. Plant is resistant to stale and sour conditions. To induce blooming, give a brief rest during the fall by reducing watering.
|Paphiopedilum glaucophyllum var. moquettianum(J.J. Sm.) Fowlie||Sepals is green and petals are white and spotted with red. Lip is pink.|
Common Names: The Shiney Green Leaf Paphiopedilum
- Cordula glaucophylla Rolfe 1912
- Cypripedium glaucophyllum Mast. 1903
- Paphiopedilum glaucophyllum f. flavoviride Braem 2001
- Paphiopedilum moquetteanum f. flavoviride (Braem) Braem & Chiron 2003
- Paphiopedilum victoria-regina subsp. glaucophyllum (J.J.Sm.) M.W.Wood 1976