Hang’s Paphiopedilum orchid is native Northern Vietnam. This species is a rare, medium sized, hot to warm growing lithophyte, with height up to 25 cm, with 4 to 7 distichous, coriaceous, ligulate, obtuse or subacute, glossy green above, paler green below, sharply keeled beneath leaves. It blooms in the spring on a single flowered, erect, 2 1/2 to 4 3/4″ (6 to 12 cm) long, bright green, shortly white-pilose, terminal inflorescence with an ovate, obtuse, conduplicate, green, white-pubescent bract and carrying a slightly sweet smelling, large flower. The petals and sepals are colored greenish-yellow, pale yellow, cream or peach color. Petals can have chestnut, reddish or brownish-purple veins. The sacciform lip is usually of a lighter color. These plants require filtered or diffused light and should not be exposed to the direct sunlight of the midday sun. In a 3” pot, this orchid is blooming size but not currently in bloom.