Angraecum scottianum -  a teret-leaved, fragrant sequential bloomer

 Angraecum scottianum
     Native to the Comoro Islands, scottianum is a moderate sized angraecum. It has teret leaves and seems to be a bit of a climber...we need to try one mounted to a tree fern pole! They’re fragrant, lightly in the afternoon and with a stronger fragrance in the evening. The flowers bloom sequentially on an inflorescense...so far we’ve had up to four flowers per spike. NEAT plants!