This Aerangis is rarely seen in cultivation (which, in my opinion, is a shame). These are native to Tanzania and Kenya. They need a shaded location, with intermediate to coolish temperatures. The only time our greenhouse is “coolish” is in the winter, so we work to keep them in a microclimate that works and we grow them well. When well grown, they can have up to 22 flowers on a single spike! The foliage on them is outstanding; they are beautiful even out of bloom!
The seedling shown in Brenda’s hand is representative of what you’ll receive.