Angraecum arachnites Found in central Madagascar in evergreen, humid forests at elevations around 1380 to 1500 meters as a miniature to just small sized, cool growing epiphyte with an erect to ascending, simple to sparsely branched stem enveloped completely by leafless and leaf-bearing sheaths and carrying spreading, oblong-ligulate, to ligulate, thin and leathery, unequally and obtusely bilobed apically, recurved and minutely serrate leaves that blooms in the later spring through fall on an axillary, longer than the leaf, single flowered inflorescence with an ovate, spiculate floral bract and nocturnally fragrant flowers
Germination Techniques: Botanists use two techniques to germinate orchid seeds. The first, symbiotic germination, is a complicated process that requires use of mycorrhizal fungi, as described above. The second, asymbiotic germination, involves germinating seeds in vitro, using agar, a jellylike substance that contains necessary nutrients and growth hormones. Asymbiotic germination, also known as flasking, is easier, quicker, and more reliable for growing orchids from seed at home.
Please be aware these seeds are dust like.
Price is for between 50/100 seeds
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