Angraecum sesquipedale var. angustifolium (syn. Angcm bosseri)
syn. Angraecum bosseri
Plants with short inflorescences 1- or 2-flowered, smaller in features than those further north in Madagascar.Terrestrial, often grown in sand.
Angraecum - A large genus (some 200 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: Madagascar