Aerangis biloba 2"
species - Central Africa, Tropical West Africa
This is a small Angracoid plant (looks like an Angraecum) that blooms with nocturnally fragrant flowers in Spring-Summer. It is a warm grower (65+-85 degrees night to day) that like good humidity, dappled light with regular watering a fertilizing-be especially careful as these are young plants in a coarse mix. They can be grown mounted on cork or other suitable material (don't use marine driftwood!) or in baskets or small pots. Though small, our plants are near flowering size (cared for properly they should bloom next season).
NOT BLOOMING SIZE! NOT CURRENTLY IN SPIKE, BUD OR BLOOM!!
Picture to the right is that of a mature blooming plant.