Ludisia discolor isa showstopper, adored for its stunning foliage. The velvety deep purple-green leaves are lined with bright pink pinstripes, and grow densely on upright stems. The undersides of the leaves are a rich burgundy red, with a shiny texture that catches light beautifully. Like all orchid species, the Jewel Orchid flowers regularly. Jewel orchid flowers emerge in clusters along long stems that shoot out above the foliage. The flowers, small and white with bright yellow centers and pink stems, can last a month or more. Also known by its botanical name, Ludisia discolor, the Jewel Orchid is the only member of its genus, making it an entirely unique member of the orchid family, prized by houseplant collectors.
•Light: Low to medium indirect light • Water: Water when the top 1" of soil feels