Epiphytic Dischidia Plaque
Our Epiphytic Dischidia Plaques are like tiny swatches of foliage, cut right out of the jungle. Epiphytes are plants that grow on other plants rather than out of the ground, and Dischidia is a well-loved genus in this category, known for delicate waxy leaves and vining growth habit. To make our Epiphytic Dischidia Mounts, stem cuttings are rooted directly into sphagnum moss, anchored on a sturdy wooden board. Unlike other mounts which also have soil, these plants are growing entirely epiphytically, just like they can be found in their native jungle habitats. Fitted with a metal loop for easy hanging on the wall, our Epiphytic Dischidia Mounts are beautiful standalone pieces and look even better in sets.
• Light: Bright, indirect light
• Water: When moss feels barely moist, submerge entire mount in room temperature water until fully saturated
• Considerations: These pieces dry out very quickly; mist frequently!
WHAT TO EXPECT
Your Epiphytic Dischidia Plaque will feature a plant from our diverse collection that includes D. ruscifolia, D. oiantha, D. ionantha variegata and beyond.
Each plaque measures 9.5” x 2.5”. No two pieces are alike, and yours will have its own unique shape, size and personality - expect this natural variation from the photos, and feel free to include any preferences with your order.
Our Plant Craft pieces include detailed care instructions. We include shipping box warmers at no charge as needed. Got questions? Check out our FAQ!
I love my Epiphytic Dischidia plaque! It was carefully packaged and arrived quick. I will absolutely order from Piatils nursery again.
This hanging plant is so unique and easy to care for. It is the perfect addition to my home office to bring in some inspiration and greenery.
Very pleased with these plaques. The arrived quickly, and the packaging was perfect. The plants were all in great health. They are a great, unique addition to my wall. After just a week I could see the little roots reaching out and new growth beginning. I can't wait to see where they go!