Paphiopedilum dianthum forma album is a rare form of the species. The type form is not too common in collections but this form is especially unusual. These typically bloom in the spring and summer months, when the weather is warm. Typically you will see 3 to 4 flowers per spike. This form of the species has often been slow growing, but these seedlings are very strong and robust.
Multifloral Paphs prefer warm conditions and can grow along side Cattleyas. Just follow our care tips here and you will be successful.
These seedlings came from Tokyo Orchid Nursery, known for their exceptional quality plants.