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Paph. Maudiae 'The Queen' AM/AOS (AKA 'Bankhaus') (callosum album x lawrenceanum album)

Paph. Maudiae 'The Queen' AM/AOS (AKA 'Bankhaus')<span class="cross"> (callosum album x lawrenceanum album)</span>
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Green, White
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CITES approved for export!

CITES export Appendix I Hybrids (Paphs and Phrags)

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Pot Size

3.25" 3-4 growth division - NOT In-Spike ($150.00)

Divisions of an awarded plant. Once owned by Mrs. Pierre Dupont in the 1940s. This clone was originally known as 'Bankhaus' but was sold by Norris Powell from the now defunct 'Orchid House' in Los Osos, California to a customer and was later awarded as 'The Queen'. The list of awards is quite impressive as follows: AM/AOS, AD/NSW, SM/CSA, AM/NSW, TRO/TOGA. This plant was also awarded twice as 'Bankhouse' (misspelled) and has a CCC/AOS and an AM/AOS. This is pehaps one of the finest if not the finest green and white Maudiaes that exist. Speculation is that it is a 3N or triploid which explains its vigor and large flowers. This plant can bloom twice per year or more and the foliage is quite simply stunning being a dark olive blue green with ghostly lighter areas in the leaves.

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