These established plants comes in a 9cm transculent nursery pot (one in a black nursery pot) with as many bulbs as I could jam in, so they’re definitely multi planted! Commonly known as “poor man’s orchid” as they resemble one, particular paphiopedums because of their polka dot foliage. Looks lovely in a shallow planter where they will spread quickly with offset bulbs.
Loves a warm sunny spot. And is super easy care, we have ours outside under the eaves but they do just as well indoors if provided enough light. Produces lovely tiny white flowers in spring, mimicking those of orchids.
Water only when the soil is dry as they do not like wet feet due to these being bulby plants. Feed weekly with diluted plant food during the growing season.
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