Angraecum cucullatum

Family: Orchidaceae

Countries: Africa, Mauritius, Reunion Island

Angraecum cucullatum is a miniature, epiphytic orchid species that originates from the island of Reunion and Mauritius, where plants grow upon trees, in forested areas of the country.

Cultivated Angraecum cucullatum plants need to be grown under filtered, diffused light.  This orchid species flourishes in warm temperatures, so it’s best to replicate the temperatures and conditions that this particular orchid species would experience in its natural environment.  Angraecum cucullatum plants require high humidity to succeed.

Angraecum cucullatum flowers in spring and summer in the plant’s natural environment.  Angraecum cucullatum produces white, single flowers which are large in size, when viewed in comparison to the diminutive size of this plant.

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