I'm pleased with this one because this year's bloom has deeper color than last year's. Maybe because it's been growing a bit cooler this year. I've been told this cross is registered as Paph. 'Maya' but I haven't been able to find more info on the name. I wish it was multifloral like its haynaldianum parent, but unfortunately it is sequential. The previous bloom falls off just as a new flower is opening. The color in the photo is not exactly true. The tips of the petals are less purple, and more rose-colored like the pouch. The petals will also twist just a bit more over the next few days. This plant also puts out a new growth at the same time it's flowering, but still seems to only flower once a year.