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aerangis curnowiana

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    Very nice,
    It is worth growing it, even just for the leaves.
    The flower with that spur is spectacular

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    Wow. That spur is very nice. Concur with Nicola, one could grow just for the leaves.

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    What a beautiful distinctive species. Others mentioned the leaves and spur, but don't overlook those flattened roots.

    It looks like this species has been swapped around between several Angraecoid genera: Aeranthes (1883), Angraecum (1894), Mystacidium (1904), Jumellea (1915), Aerangis (1938). A whole Angraecoid collection in one species. Angraecum curnowianum is perhaps the favored name now.

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    agree lovely flower and gorgeous leaves - I must try mounting an orchid, some look much nicer that way

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    Fabulous little plant! Was the faded flower pollinated?

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    Definitely must look out for one.

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    Wow!

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    Lovely foliage and bloom!

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    beautiful species

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