A relatively easy to care for variety of Dischidia. As an epiphytic plant, these beauties are suited to growing on a support (such as a timber trellis or a moss pole) but can also be allowed to 'hang'. The stems tend to produce roots along the nodes and they use these roots to absorb nutrients and water, as well as provide additional support for the plant. As such, their root system in the potting mix is quite shallow and the tendrils benefit from being 'pinned' into the pot for stability (which we have already done for you).
*Actual plant may vary from photo, but will be of similar size and appearance*
Repotting of this plant should be avoided until your plant is established. For decorative purposes, we suggest placing the nursery pot inside a slightly larger 'cover' pot, at least until mid-late Spring. This will help to give your new plant the best start in life, without causing it any uncessary shock and damage to its root structure.
For any specific care queries, please don't hesitate to ask.