Discribed: De Wild., 1916
Origin: From east to west tropical Africa.
Temperatures: 15°- 24°C
Synonym: Angraecum chevalieri
Water: Water and mist regular al year round.
Air humidity: 60-80%
Placement: Half shade position + good ventilation.
Presentation: Flowering size plant. Mounted on cork. Divisions of mother plant.
Morphology: A rare Angraecum from continent Africa. An epiphyte with branching stems and narrow strap-shaped leaves. Flowers appear between the leaves on a short inflorescence.
Flowering season: October to March.
Flowering time: 5 to 10 days.
Fragrance: soft scent.