We received this plant from a collector down in Florida many years ago. Even though we have grown it under a wide range of conditions we have never succeeded in blooming it. We are pretty sure it is a Eucharis species but until it blooms it will only be a guess. Even without flowers it has great attributes. The evergreen foliage is thick enough to use with many species of treefrog and it matures to a very manageable height of about 5"-6" tall. It slowly spreads via underground runners that will pop up close by the original plant. It grows equally well under bright, medium or lower light. Consistent moisture results in evergreen plants. If they dry out they typically drop their leaves but regrow them once moisture returns. Basically it is a pretty plant that is hard to kill!