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Paph. Morganiae 'Bufordense' HCC/AOS

Paph. Morganiae 'Bufordense' HCC/AOS<span class="cross"></span>
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White, Green, Mahogany
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CITES approved for export!

CITES export Appendix I Hybrids (Paphs and Phrags)

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Division - NOT In-Spike ($500.00)

Paph. Morganiae 'Bufordense' is a very old clone of a hybrid between Paph. stonei var. platytaenium and Paph. superbiens that was made back in 1880 by the Veitch nursery. The variety of stonei that was used was known for its very broad petals, and is now extinct both in cultivation and in the wild, making this 130 year old clone, one of the few plants known to carry the genes of this rare form of Paph. stonei. We have a limited number of divisions for sale from this Historical cross. The plants have 2 to 4 growths and are grown in 5" to 5.5" pots.

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