These are native to northwest Madagascar; where they grow in moss- and lichen-covered trees at 6500 feet elevation. In our experience, equitans prefers intermediate conditions, not the cool-to-cold temperature that some would claim and may be indicated by this high elevation. The plants most always seem to exhibit the typical signs of slight dehydration; a wrinkled quality to their leaves. We’ve grown them mounted and potted a variety of ways. We recommend NOT dividing these as they age and send out side growths; a well-grown plant in bloom is a lovely thing!
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