|P. bellatulum has green and gray mottled leaves, to 8 inches long. Solitary, almost stemless, white or pale yellow flowers, with large dark red spots are borne in spring.
Thick, broad, strap-shaped green leaves, often mottled with light grey-green. Orchid-shaped blooms with a distinctive pouch are borne singly. Prefers cool to intermediate temperature and ample moisture. Some species require night chilling. Mottle-leafed species require less chilling at night. High humidity preferred during summer months.