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variety of the Phragmipedium warszewiczianum, a species in the distinguished slipper orchid genus. This variety, denoted as 'wallisii', likely exhibits unique characteristics or traits that differentiate it from the typical Phragmipedium warszewiczianum. These differences might be manifested in variations of the flower's shape, color, size, or patterning. Phragmipedium warszewiczianum is known for its striking, pouch-like blooms, which are hallmark features of slipper orchids, and var. wallisii presumably retains this distinctive floral structure while adding its own exclusive touches. Ideal for replicating the warm, humid environments of their native tropical habitats, this orchid variety thrives in conditions with high humidity, moderate temperatures, and indirect light. Care for this plant involves maintaining consistent soil moisture with good drainage and regular fertilization to promote healthy growth and vibrant flowering. Phragmipedium warszewiczianum var. wallisii is particularly appealing to orchid enthusiasts and collectors for its potential unique floral characteristics, contributing to the diversity and beauty within the slipper orchid collection.