This species is endemic to Madagascar. This is one of the few Aerangis that tend to grow in pots rather than on plaques (excluding our large specimen plants); although they do tend to “climb out” of their pots. Fred Hillerman’s comment about Aerangis articulata is as follows “This is one of the finest of the genus Aerangis. The flowers are of the purest white, very nicely scented, and held on cascading inflorescences in which all the flowers open together and are well arranged. Often confused with Aerangis modesta, this species is more showy, larger in plant size, and longer stemmed. Aerangis articulata is a plant that definitely belongs in every collection.” What more can we say?!!! We wrote a detailed article about this wonderful species for the American Orchid Society publication ORCHIDS; click here to read it.
The large seedling shown in Brenda’s hand is representative of what you’ll receive.
Choose to receive your plant either in a pot or bareroot. Representative examples are shown in Brenda’s hands.