Not formally recognized until 1961, Angraecum oblongifolium is endemic to southeastern Madagascar where it grows in humid montane forests. It is a small-sized, pendant, intermediate to cool growing epiphyte with an occasional branching stem with close-set, bilobed, cordate (triangular) leaves. They have single-flowered inflorescences with fleshy white flowers which have a light sweet fragrance in the late afternoon. Despite the reference to cool growing, our plants do quite well in warm conditions (max 90F). We’ve achieved that success by growing them in intermediate to warm conditions, semi-shaded, with good humidity and regular watering with R.O. water.