Dischidia imbricata is a fascinating shingling species, in the wild they have a symbiotic relationship with ants and other insects and underneath their cup like foliage provide shelter for insects and the ants or other insects will bring food and nutrients to the plants. Although a lot of people think that means they attract ants which isn't the case at all so don't be worried about ants in your mount. But it's a rather interesting trait to what these plants do in their natural environment.
They ship on a 10inx4in cedar mount.
We recommend running these under the faucet with room temp water around once a week and they prefer bright filtered light but not direct sun.