Angraecum breve is a mini miniature Angraecum species that is endemic to Madagascar. This tiny, epiphytic orchid hails from the Tsaratanana massif – a mountainous region, in Northern Madagascar. This mini orchid species grows on the branches and trunks of trees, found at around 1800 meters above sea level. This is a very slow growing orchid. Angraecum breve grows in cooler temperatures and thrives in very humid conditions. Plants produce magnificent white flowers that feature exceptionally long nectaries, which hang down rather decoratively, extending far beneath the plant. These are miniature plants. Our plants are BLOOMING size. Picures are from Internet and will be updated soon.