Endemic to Madagascar, these grow in mossy evergreen forests. Our large plants are roughly 18” tall, but have bloomed at much smaller size. I’ve seen it referred to as a miniature to small plant and believe there is confusion with what many people call Aerangis curnowianum (which is NOT a valid name). At maturity, these are stout plants with fleshy white flowers. We’ve grown them potted and mounted and both work well. A very special addition to a species collection!
These are from our breeding program.
The large seedling shown in Brenda’s hand is representative of what you’ll receive.