Angraecum infundibulare is an Angraecum species endemic to the Madagascar.
Plant blooms in fall and winter with solitary flowers. Flowers are about 20 cm wide and fragrant.
Plant is found in the humid rainforest of Nigeria, Camerouns, Principe, Congo, Zaire, Uganda and Kenya at 0 to 1350 meters
Grow in bright diffused light and intermediate to hot conditions. Grow in medium fir bark or full sphagnum moss. Water regularly. Plant is best mounted
Common Names: The Funnel-Shaped Angraecum
- Angorchis infundubularis (Lindl.) Kuntze 1891
- Mystacidium infundibulare [Lindl.] Rolfe 1898