species - Madagascar
This species was once called Angraecum robustum and looks much like plants of that genus. Flowers are fragrant (likely at night), 2-2.5" across and are borne in Spring on mature plants 8-16 in number on upright to pendant stems.
It is an intermediate grower (60-ish to 80-ish night to day temperatures) that likes dappled light. Best to keep this one from being over wet as it comes from very dry woods in N.W. Madagascar.
LIMITED! NEAR FLOWERING SIZE, BUT NOT IN SPIKE OR FLOWER NOW!!