Angraecum eichlerianum -  vining angraecum with fragrant 3" flowers.

 Angraecum eichlerianum
     If you want an Angraecoid that is unlike many others, this vining species might suit you well. Though the stems can grow to an impressive size; over 15 feet long - they begin to bloom at a moderate size (one foot tall). We grow ours upright and as they grow, they require staking. When taller, we recommend the addition of a tree fern pole for the vine to grow up on to provide support and a source of moisture for the aerial roots which, in nature are used to hang on to the trees on which they grow. Angraecum eichlerianum bears fragrant three inch flowers on thin spikes. They bloom primarily during the spring and summer, though occasionally other times (a nice surprise). It enjoys warm, humid conditions and thrives potted in a loose bark mix.