Angraecum birrimense - large green and white flowers on a vining plant

 Angraecum birrimense 'Swamprad' CHM/AOS
     This angraecum is not often found in collections and we think it warrants your attention! They are native to a wide area of Africa, but are not widely seen in cultivation. The plants can eventually grow to be quite large; they’re a vining type Angraecum. They have rather large flowers (about 4"). They’re very sweetly fragrant (typical of angraecums) and are green with a bright, clear white lip. They can be grown mounted or potted. Our parent plant is from Fred Hillerman.