Macodes petola is a jewel orchid native to Indonesia. Although the plants do bloom, they are grown primarily for their amazing foliage. Pictures do not do these plants justice, as the white veins shimmer as if they lit by neon when you see them in person. As with other jewel orchids, Macodes petola is a terrestrial orchid. I prefer to grow them in moss which retains moisture while providing some air pockets around the roots as well. Grow intermediate to warm, KEEP MOIST, and put in moderate to low light. Did I say keep moist? High humidity is helpful, but not a requirement if you keep the media moist. Terrariums are excellent for growing this and all jewel orchids. Find an old fish tank and fill it with jewel orchids! What could be more beautiful?