Aerangis spiculata are graced with especially long inflorescences of large fragrant white flowers

 Aerangis spiculata
     This is one of the larger growing of the Aerangis—though it’s still not all that large! (that’s one thing I like about aerangis - anyone can find room for one of these in their collection!) These are native to Madagascar and sport the longest flower spikes in the genus. It has beautiful white “birds in flight” flowers. Mature plants have leaves that are wavy on the edge—very pretty. These can be grown in brighter light than many of the Aerangis.

This species has been incorrectly labeled and sold in the trade as Aerangis fuscata (which is a VERY different looking Aerangis!