Angraecum scottianum

 
        

Species/Hybrid
Species 
Tribe/Family
Vandeae - Angraecinae 
Parentage
 
Size
Flowering Size 
Code
AS66 
Price
R 350,00 

ORIGIN/HABITAT: Comoro Islands. On Grande Comore Island, this species is found on the western slopes of Mt. Karthala at 1300-1950 ft. (400-600 m). It grows epiphytically on the trunks and lower branches of large trees, often with other epiphytes. Plants are most frequently found on the west side of the trees where they are exposed to almost full afternoon sun. -- Source: Charles Baker

Species from Africa, Madagascar and other islands. The flowers are usually waxy and mostly green or white and very fragrant. The genus is characterized by a prominent spurred lip. Most are intermediate to warm growing and grow well in well-drained pots or mounted. Most species benefit from reduced watering in the cooler months. - AFRICAN: Comores
 

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