The unique plants are native to western Australia, with a few exceptions, and are winter growers. They die back to an underground tuber, the same structure as a potato, for the hot and dry summer. Because of their delicate nature when in growth, they are sometimes offered as dormant tubers in August/September.
These are not recommended for the beginner, though are easy enough to master once you tune into their growth cycle.
A winter minimum of 3 degrees Celsius (38 degrees Fahrenheit) is ideal for their winter growing period, and afford them as much light as you can muster.