AFRICAN Bears 5 - 13 attractive, white, scented flowers on short inflorescences . Flowers turn apricot with age. Intermediate temperatures, fairly bright light and a drier period in winter seem to suit this species.
Rangaeris - closely related to Aerangis, with the name being an anagram of Aerangis.The species was originally placed in Aerangis, but were separated because of the narrow, folded leaves and some aspects of the flower, which have a lip with a long spur. They grow well as mounted plants, or established in a well-drained medium in a basket. Air movement and excellent drainage is the key. AFRICAN: Northern and Central Africa