Angraecum sesquipedale v. augustifolia 'Orchid Dynasty' x self (photo is of 'Orchid Dynasty') This is the compact form of the famous Darwin's Orchid- sesquipedale is truly the king of the genus. This form still has very large flowers (to 6" in diameter with an 18" nectary) but the plant is overall more compact and hase slightly narrow leaves. Flower spikes emerge from late November - January. Older plants can have 3 flowers per spike and specimens can produce multiple spikes. Very fragrant after dark.
TEMPS: Intermediate- Warm
WATERING: Damp in the Summer with a slight dry between waterings in the cooler months.
LIGHT: Filtered, bright light
NOTE: These are a seedling population and NOT clones. It should be understood that although we assure the identity of all of our plants it's very possible to have plants from the same species be slightly different from one another. Any photos shown are images of our actual plants that we have grown and represent the possibility of each plant under proper care but will NOT BE THE PLANT YOU RECEIVE. Please refer to the description of pot size/maturity for actual plant size