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Discussion in 'Orchid Species' started by Tom-DE, Dec 29, 2008.
That's pretty awesome. Looks to be blooming on few leaves, always a plus! I think I can imagine myself with one of those. Is that one more of a warm grower than monticola?
Well done, Tom!
It is a tiny species. My plant has about five or six leaves and the LS is about 2". It is an I/C grower just like the A. monticola, Mike.
another nice one Tom
How cute!!! I got one recently from Andy's that is getting ready to bloom anytime. Is Amesiella minor the new name, mine says Amesiella (Angraecum) minor?
Marissa, there is no new name. Amesiella used to be included in Angraecum and that is why Andy labeled them that way.
Nice, Tom. I keep checking mine to see if it is fragrant at some point in the day or night. So far nothing.
Marni, so far mine has no fragance either. The flowers on my Amesiella monticola become fragrant after one week, so I will check on this one again later.
Tom, if I send mine to you will you teach it to do that?
very very beautiful, I've one by few months I hope to see soon the flower ...
Amesiella is also a Agraecoid orchid similar but different from Angraecum, the two generas are often confused but their origin is different
Amesiella are a genus of Subtribe Aeridinae (over 100 genera occour in Asia and Australia) , Angraecum is the prince genus of Subtribe Angraecinae (approximately 15 genera occur in Africa and Madagascar and 2 genera in American continent. Only one species of Angraecum occurs of Sri Lanka. (source "Angraecoid Orchids -species from the African Region,J.Stewart,J.Hermans,B.Campell)
Even my Amesiella monticola smells after a few days