On e of the more interesting aspects being plant multiplication.
My experience with paphs was mostly with 2-3 growth plants, and they would typically give me 1 or maybe 2 new growths a year. I acquired a single-growth complex Paph from Theresa Hill. It arrived in bud in a 4” (?) pot. It bloomed and faded, as expected. About 14-16 months, with regular, monthly dosing @ 1:250, with 2 treatments a month over the summer, it had 8 growths.
A Paph. Deperle went from 2 to 6 in a year, and that was a bit more typical.
As I reported here a year or so ago, it seems to delay the natural senescence of flowers, as well. My experiments were on phrags, but some of the complex polyamines in the product are known to do that, so I see no reason it wouldn’t apply more broadly.