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Angraecum

 
 
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The Angraecum family of orchids is native to the tropical and sub-tropical lowlands of Africa and Madagascar. Most are moth pollinated therefore they have predominately white flowers that exude wonderful fragrances at night. However, they are not only white. They come in green, taupe, and pink too. A prominent nectary is the common trait. Although a few become huge plants, most are small to miniature that grow into nice specimens. Most are not high light requiring and are happy with intermediate temperatures.


Amsiella philipinensis

A tiny plant with a large fragrant flower.  Grows like a Phaelenopsis.


Aerangis citrata

Long pendant stems of creamy white closely arranged flowers.

Price: $30 BS


Aerangis luteo-alba var rhodosticta

Tiny plant. sprays of white flowers accented with orange anther cap.

Price: $35 BS


Aerangis modesta

Medium sized plant with thick roots. Pure white stars on 30cm stems.
 


Angraecum didieri

Miniature. Flowers almost bigger than the plant. Very fragrant.

Price: $35 BS


Angraecum magdalenae

Large, stunning, waxy,white and fragrant. Compact rewarding plant.

Price: $35 - $50 BS


Angraecum scottianum

Slender plant with roots developing along stem. Graceful blooms appear 2 at a time over an extended period of time.

Price: $35 BS


Angraecum sesquipedale

These will become to huge plants but will often bloom at the 1-2 foot stage. Huge white very long nectary. This is the flower that Darwin used in his explanation of evolution.

Price: $25 SDG


Jumellia sagittata

Numerous night scented stars on fan shaped plants.

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