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Phragmipedium x richteri is a notable hybrid in the Phragmipedium genus, which is famed for its unique and striking slipper orchids. This hybrid, denoted by the 'x' in its name, results from the crossbreeding of different Phragmipedium species, and it inherits a blend of traits from its parent plants. Typically, Phragmipedium x richteri showcases the characteristic pouch-like blooms of slipper orchids, often exhibiting a fascinating array of colors, patterns, and sometimes a captivating fragrance. These flowers may display variations in hues, possibly combining shades of green, pink, red, or burgundy, along with distinctive markings or veining. Suited to the moist, warm conditions of their native tropical environments, this hybrid prefers high humidity, moderate temperatures, and indirect light. Caring for Phragmipedium x richteri involves ensuring consistent soil moisture with good drainage, avoiding waterlogging, and providing appropriate fertilization and temperature control. This orchid hybrid appeals to enthusiasts and collectors due to its unique beauty and the intriguing complexity that hybrid slipper orchids offer, making it a treasured addition to diverse orchid collections.