Angraecum magdalenae is an Angraecum species endemic to the Madagascar.
Plant blooms from spring to fall with one to five 10 cm wide flowers. Flowers are fragrant.
Plant is found growing on quartz boulders in Madagascar at elevations around 800 to 2000 meters
Grow in shade and cool to warm conditions. Grow in medium fir bark or full sphagnum moss. Water regularly and reduce watering during the winter.
Common Names: The Madalaine Angraecum
- Angraecum magdalenae var. latiilabellum Bosser 1965