A compact Angraecum relative that resembles a smallish phal with dark green, glossy leaves with wavy edges. Flowers are about 2" wide, smell somewhat like cinnamon during the day, and last a few weeks. I'm growing it shady in intermediate temps. It should not stay wet for long. The leaves are prone to spotting if they stay wet, and the buds/flowers are worse. They buds will blast before they open if they stay wet, and the flowers will likewise start looking rather shabby if they get wet much. This species is reputed to suddenly croak for no good reason. I've had this plant for close two years. So far, so good.