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Angraecum didieri Didier's Angraecum


Didier's Angraecum, Angraecum didieri


Angraecum didieri Baill. 1902

Fragrant, Part shade, Hot TO Cool Spring

Common Name or Meaning Didier's Angraecum [French Botanist early 1900's]

Flower Size 2 to 2 1/2" [5 to 6.25 cm] Spur 5 2/3" [14 cm]

A miniature to small sized, angraecoid, hot to cool growing epiphyte with a short stem carrying 5 to 7, ligulate, coriaceous, unequally and obtusely bilobed apically leaves that is best wood mounted and likes hot to cool temperatures and a humid environment. It flowers between April and June in the northern hemisphere on a short inflorescence with 2 to 3 bracts and carries a solitary flower and is from Madagascar in humid evergreen forests at an altitude of 600-1500 meters.

Synonyms Macroplectrum didieri Finet 1907