New plants are raised frominserted in small filled with a peat and sand mixture-several per pot is preferred. Leaves are attractive glossy green, and have a puffed up, almost succulent appearance. Attractive tiny orange-coloured are produced in great numbers over a long period in the axil of the topmost and vaguely resemble clogs, hence the common name. Although reasonable temperature is advised, one should guard against very hot and stuffy conditions, as plants prefer a light and airy location if they are to give good results. Peaty mixture essential when , and frequent of established plants with weak liquid fertilizer will be beneficial when plants are in active growth during the summer months.