Cypripedium Hookerae - Paphiopedilum Hookerae

Cypripedium calceolus

Cypripedium calceolus

What is Cypripedium Hookerae

Popularly known as Paphiopedilum hookerae, Cypripedium Hookerae is commonly known as Hooker's Paphiopedilum. It is also known as Cordula hookerae or Cypripedium barbatum. The plant is native to Indonesia, Borneo and Malaysia. The plants bloom in summer and spring.

Cypripedium Description

Paphiopedilum hookerae flowers are larger than other plant species in the same genus. The petals are oblong, spatulate and green, except at extremities. They're pale mauve at the edges and richly-dotted at the median portion with crimson-brown patches.

The plant's labellum is greenish brown bloom between June and July. Cypripedium staminodium is small and greenish. Sometimes, it's grouped under the sub-variety of C.

Paphiopedilum hookerae Uses

Cordula hookerae is a popular ornamental plant. It's often collected for horticultural and trade use.

Cypripedium Species

  • Cypripedium acaule
  • Cypripedium calceolus
  • Cypripedium parviflorum
  • Cypripedium reginae
  • Cypripedium japonicum
  • Cypripedium pubescens
  • Cypripedium montanum
  • Cypripedium candidum
  • Cypripedium kentuckiense
  • Cypripedium ulla silkens

Growing Cypripedium in Pots

First, you need to learn how to grow Cypripedium from seeds to make the most of our gardening tools and supplies. Whether you're considering planting Cypripedium reginae or any other species, we've got you covered.

Check out our Cypripedium growing medium to start your flower garden.