As you might guess from the name, Angraecum erectum grows in an upright position. They can eventually get tall enough to need support. We also grow them on plaques hanging on screens. They often send their roots out and attach to something (often neighbors) and don’t need additional support. Like the majority of angraecums, they are sweetly fragrant – at night. We grow ours alongside Aerangis in intermediate light (north and east in a greenhouse) and in warm temperatures. Their foliage is beautiful – dark green with darker speckles.
Choose between a bare root cutting or a full 6” basket as represented in Brenda’s hands.