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Orchid Species: Angraecum eburneum

Angraecum eburneum is an orchid species identified by Bory in 1804.
Genus
Angraecum (Angcm.)
Grex
eburneum
(name currently accepted by Kew)
Parents
Species
Author
Bory
Year
1804
ORIGIN: Found in Madagascar, the Mascarenes and Reunion as a large to giant sized, erect, hot to warm growing, monopodial epiphyte at elevations of sea-level to 750 meters.

DESCRIPTION: A large to giant sized, hot to warm growing, monopodial epiphyte with stout, branched stems carrying 10 to 15, rigid, coriaceous, ligulate, unequally bilobed apically leaves that blooms in the early winter in the northern hemisphere, on an axillary, ascending or horizontal, to 4' [120 cm] long, densly many flowered inflorescence with long-lived, inverted or non-resupinate, fragrant, heavily waxy flowers arranged in 2 ranks.

FLOWER SIZE: 3 inches [7.5 cm] Spur 2 3/4 inches [7 cm] -- information provided by Jay Pfahl, author of the Internet Orchid Species Encyclopedia (IOSPE).
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Angcm superbum 04 Angraecum eburneum ssp. giryamae by Tom Kuligowski.                 During the early part of my presentation regarding the Angraecum Alliance, I stress the fact that many of the alliance do not do well in the blooming department if the roots are bot... 0
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