Angraecum infundibulare - large white lip on an unusual flower
Above: Look at the size of that flower!

Below: Side view of flower showing the detail on the spur.

Angraecum infundibulare - side view of flower showing the beautiful pattern on the spur

 Angraecum infundibulare 'Big Sky Brobdingnagian'
    Here’s a special one. This is an interesting angraecum that grows vertically, sending roots out along the stem as it grows in height. They can become quite tall and eventually require staking or something to attach to. We’ve grown them in pots with a stake and on cork plaques. Both work nicely though the potted ones have been better bloomers for us. They have amazing flowers that are the largest of any of the African Angraecums. The flowers can be 3-1/2" wide and 8" tall, are WONDERFULLY fragrant, and quite long lasting. The spur is funnel-shaped at the base and the pattern on it is a thing of beauty. They endemic to forested areas of Nigeria, Cameroon, Principe, Congo, Zaire, Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya where it is hot and humid.

MANY plants sold as Angraecum infundibulare are actually Angraecum eichlerianum...a nice plant but NOT as spectacular when it blooms.

We're selling divisions of the plant pictured, so this is what you can expect. It's also important to note that this plant has been tested and is free of virus.