Lecanopteris celebica is native to Sulawesi, Indonesia, and is the largest species of Lecanopteris. It has fronds that can be over two feet long on adult plants! The rhizomes (up to 4 inches wide!) attach to the bark of living trees, resembling a huge green caterpillar with spikes when young, but then turning brown with age. But the most unique thing about these plants is the fact that the rhizomes are HOLLOW, and are used by native ant species as a home. BIZARRE! It can be grown as an outdoor plant in the southern US, but should be protected from colder weather...similar to most Nepenthes species. It can be grown in a pot or hanging basket with soil, peat or bark. However, one of the most striking ways to display full sized plants is by growing it attached to a piece of wood or bark and hanging it on the wall or patio. All our plants are shipped potted and ready to grow to reduce stress, not bareroot as you find with many other growers.