Well its my understanding that Bulbos like to stay moist. It is my my recomendation for a first orchid so do not get discoraged if she sulks. It can be done though so don;t let me scare you. I duno about growing it indoors though. I think they like a good level of light. I currently just have 2 Bulbos. OK now I have some homework for you too. You can just do a general search for orchid culture on the net and you will get alot of info. Read all you can it will help get a feel for orchids. My bigest problem when I started was not giving my orchids enough light and they didn't bloom. I have been told by a very experianced orchid grower that an orchid getting enough light will have a yellowish tint to the leaves. Now he may gorw his in high light, but let me tell you he has some beautiful plants. Remember that not everything is set in stone either. Thing very with orchids and you really need to not be afraid to experiment. Most orchids are grown either in bark or mounted on a bark slab or treefern slab or something. So by reading articles on orchid culture you can learn alot. There are alot of good books too. Also if this is something you think you might like to get into deeper. Find out if there is a local orchid society you can go to. It is a good place to get plants from a raffle too. Any more questions feel free to ask.