Thursday, August 27, 2009

Aerangis punctata



Aerangis punctata is one of the Angraecoides originating from Madagascar. This recently described epiphytic orchid (1986) is found in the center of the island at about 4600 feet (1400m). It wants strong, diffused light (1200-2000 ft-candles), strong air movement at all times and rather high humidity. Best grown in a humidity-controlled environment.

2 comments:

Yvan said...

WOW! Really gorgeous, Ross. Love that soft cream color. The leaves look really neat too — and quite different from the Aerangis foliage I'm used to seeing. Really awesome.

zet11 said...

super