Angraecum Crestwood '3 Spurs' 4"
(Veitchii X sesquipedale)
This is a relative of the "Star of Bethlehem" orchid (Angraecum sesquipedale) that is both a parent and a grandparent in Crestwood. It is a Winter bloomer with 1-5 fragrant (jasmine/nocturnal) flowers per stem, each about 4-5" across with a long (10"+) spur (the attenuated nectary that forms the rearward part of the lip).
This is a warm grower (65-85 degrees night to day) that likes semi-bright light and year-round water and fertilizer. Good air circulation and humidity are also beneficial.
LIMITED! NEAR FLOWERING SIZE, BUT NOT IN SPIKE OR BLOOM!!