Mediocalcar decoratum

I’ve had this for several years.  It’s sprawling all over a plank that’s approximately 9″x7″.  Although it would probably do fine outdoors over the summer, in the shade, I keep it indoors in the garden window.  It’s a faithful bloomer, blooming in late fall to early winter, with tiny candy corn flowers appearing on the surface, and hidden among the leaves.  Inasmuch as roots form from along the creeping rhizome, it’s easy to take cuttings (aka divisions) for mounting or potting.

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