These are native to the dryer forest areas around Antsirabe Madagascar. If you research this obscure beauty, you might find pot culture recommended. As with so many of the Angraecums from Madagascar, we have plaqued ours on cork with coconut fiber. In no way would we consider this cool growing or miniature as we’ve seen written. After experimenting with several plants in various levels of light, we have observed that those in higher light have larger flowers, more torpid leaves and more aggressive roots. The morphology of this plant suggests that it is capable of withstanding dry periods. Alter this with a complete drench and fertilization on regular intervals during active growth and this jewel will reward you with stunning, crystalline white and green flowers.
The large seedling in Brenda’s hand is typical of what you’ll receive.