First and foremost, don’t overwater this plant as it is very susceptible to root rot. Use coconut husk chips mixed with a little large perlite as a medium. Use a clear orchid pot to make it easier to tell when to water. After the medium becomes totally dry, soak the pot for 30 seconds to re-wet the husk; don’t water again until dry. Does not like strong lighting, or the leaves turn red, which is not good for this plant. Keep humidity high above 60% at all times and keep plant as warm as you are able. These are not easy conditions to meet unless one has a grow tent, or and greenhouse, but it is worth the effort.