They grow just fine under lights, but I had them on an enclosed porch where they got early morning and late evening sun. The big key is to water very sparingly or not at all when they are dormant.Pretty cool, they're not that common here. [i.e. I haven't had a chance to kill any yet! ] Do they like high light, etc?
they are terrestrial and grow in a well draining, fine mix. Keep evenly moist and fertilize lightly and continuously while growing. Keep the media barely moist while dormant until you see the beginning shoots. Then resume watering.Shoot, I've never seen one before and now I have to try it. How are you growing them?
My wife, Julie found them, the rhodocheila two years ago at the Chicagoland Orchid Festival, and the roebelenii a year ago at the festival. Both were bought at Windsong Orchids. Either they must not have many or they sell really fast because I don't see them listed on their website.those are nice! I want some! where did you get them?