Angraecum sedifolium has fleshy foliage like a sedum!

 Angraecum sedifolium
     This is one of those plants you can show to orchidist and have them question whether it is indeed and orchid! It has great succulent foliage. Native to the central highlands of Madagascar, in our care Angraecum sedifolium seems to require regular moisture despite its succulent appearance. Low to intermediate light, good air movement and intermediate temperatures will keep it happy. An adequate pad of coconut is strongly recommended to keep this species from becomming overly dry. Sedifolium is not easy to revive if it becomes dessicated. Most of the plants that we have lost have perished for this singular reason.