Native range: Himalayan region
Known names: Peacock Orchid,
Hardiness: USDA Zone 7 - 9
Mature Size: ~7" Tall, can spread as long as you allow it to spread.
Light: Filtered light, really early morning sun.
Water: Don't allow to dry completely during growing season, only water to moisten soil. Don't drench.
Soil: Fast-draining organic mix, add sand, pumice, bark, etc.
Dormancy Period: Winter
Plant Size: 4" pot. 2 pseudobulb per pot.
Pleiones are predominantly terrestrial. They are known to be hardy orchids though winter protection is beneficial. It is best to keep Pleione orchids on the dryer end of things during winter when plant is dormant, though I know people keeping their plant exposed to the Pacific Northwest rain year round. The psudobulb produces around two offsets every year. Blooms starts around late March - May depending on your location.