Paphiopedilum bellatulum is a species of Paphiopedilum found in Asia.
Plant blooms in the spring with a single 6 cm flower.
Plants are found growing on mossy limestone rocks or leaf mold and clay loam in the deciduous forest of Yunnan China, Thailand, and Burma at elevations of 340 to 1600 meters. Plants are usually found near water sources. In the summer the area is subjected to light rains and in the fall and winter the area has heavy rains.
Plant should be grown in areas with bright light and intermediate to cool temperatures. Pot in a well drain mix such as medium fir bark and perlite. The plant is also sensitive to salts. Plant requires a cool dry rest in the spring to induce blooming.
Common Names: Hang's Paphiopedilum
- Cordula bellatula Rolfe 1912
- Cypripedium bellatulum Rchb.f 1888
- Paphiopedilum bellatulum f. album (O'Brien) Braem 1998
- Paphiopedilum bellatulum var. album O'Brien 1896
- Paphiopedilum wenshanense Z.J.Liu & J.Yong Zhang, 2002