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Phragmipedium Grouville x Phragmipedium kovachii

Phragmipedium 'Ivan Portilla' is a notable hybrid within the Phragmipedium genus, celebrated for its captivating slipper orchids. Named in honor of Ivan Portilla, this hybrid showcases the artful breeding characteristic of the Phragmipedium genus, combining the best traits of its parent species to produce flowers of extraordinary beauty. The blooms of 'Ivan Portilla' typically exhibit the iconic pouch-like structure characteristic of slipper orchids and feature a harmonious blend of colors, possibly encompassing shades of green, pink, red, or purple, often accentuated by intricate patterns or veining. Thriving in conditions reminiscent of tropical rainforests, Phragmipedium 'Ivan Portilla' prefers high humidity, moderate temperatures, and indirect light. Care for this orchid involves using well-draining growing media, maintaining consistent soil moisture, and providing regular fertilization to support healthy growth and prolific flowering. Highly valued by orchid enthusiasts and collectors, Phragmipedium 'Ivan Portilla' is sought after for its stunning floral display and the tribute it pays to an esteemed figure in the world of orchids, making it a meaningful and attractive addition to any orchid collection.