Angraecum magdalenae

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Angraecum magdalenae (not my photo)

Common Name: The Madalaine Angraecum, The Snow-White Angraecum
Scented: yes
Light Requirements: partial sun
Temperature Requirements: cool to intermediate
Blooms: spring through autumn
Flower Size: 7.5cm to 10cm, 10cm spur
Synonyms: Angraecum magdalenae var. latiilabellum Bosser 1965

A medium sized, lithophytic monopodial species found in Central Madagascar in areas with a distinct cool, dry season through the winter on or near quartzite boulders in leaf litter around 800m to 2000m in altitude with a short, 6 to 8, distichous, fleshy-coriaceous, oblong-ligulate, unequally bilobed apically leaf bracteate, 2cm to 3cm long inflorescence with yellow, rigid, triangular floral bracts that arises from below the first leaf and can have from 1 to 5 fleshy, large, white flowers occurring in the spring through autumn.

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