Description: Small ground plants with elongated green leaves gathered together into tufts. The solitary flowers, which are larger than in P. Insigne, consist of 6 tepals, 3 external and 3 internal. Two of the external tepals are joined together to form the vexillum and one of the internal tepals forms the labellum, creating the typical “slipper” shape.
Colours: Different colours on same flower, in various shades (green, white, yellow, brown, red, dark-red).
Harvesting stage: When the flower is well open and completely formed.
Unit of sale (Bunch): Individual blooms; 10/20 packed in a box.