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Angraecum distichum

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago      Angraecum distichum, native to Central Africa, particularly Cameroon, Gabon and Uganda.  As it's name suggests, it is also known as the Two Rowed Angraecum for the bright green, triangular and... Read More

Angcm. didieri & Angcm. elephantinum

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago      I have a two for one deal for everyone in this post.  Sort of like a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.  Two different species that I'm going to discuss almost as one.  Angcm. didieri ... Read More

Angraecum Crestwood

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago              Angraecum Crestwood is a multi crossed hybrid.  Starting with an Angcm. sesquipedale and crossing it with an Angcm.eburneum; coming up with Angraecum Veitchii.  Before I finish the hyb... Read More

Angraecum calceolus

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago      Angraecum calceolus originates from Madagascar and the surrounding islands.  It can be found extensively at the base of trees and thick brush in humid areas at sea level and to the altitude of... Read More

Angellea Great Scott

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago        Angraecum scottianum crossed with Jumellea comorensis should prove to be an unusual hybrid when it blooms.  Hybridizing different genera has created very unique offspring.  There are num... Read More

Aeranthes Grandiose

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago      Aeranthes Grandiose is a hybrid that was registered in September, 1990.  The seed parent is Aeranthes grandiflora while the pollen parent is Aeranthes ramosa; both popular Aeranthes specie... Read More

Aerangis Elro

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago        Almost a year and a half prior to HQ Orchids registering Angraecum Shooting Star (Angcm. florulentum X Angcm. eburneum ssp. xerophilum) [posted March 2012], they registered Aerangis Elro (Ae... Read More

Aerangis Rob's Angry Birds

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago   Aerangis mystacidii X Aerangis decaryana; registered in November, 2012 by Sarah Waddoups (congrats Sarah), the originator was Klinge Orchids.  The above images were the first blooms from October ... Read More

Aerangis citrata

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago      Formerly known in some circles as Angraecum citratum, Aerangis citrata is found throughout Madagascar.  From the southeast coast through the central part of the country into the northwest sect... Read More

Aerangis biloba

Author is Tom Kuligowski, posted over 4 years ago      Aerangis biloba will grow very well in South Florida's sub-tropical climate as a mounted plant just as it grows in the wild.  It is no different than any other Angraecoid.  Give it the specifi... Read More

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