These flowers look similar to the species I recently posted, Angraecum dideri, but both plant and flowers are much smaller. Like Angraecum dideri, Angraecum rutenbergianum is from Madagascar and prefers cooler temperatures. The plant grows to 8 cm and the flowers are almost as large as the plant, 5.5 cm with a 12 cm spur or nectary. The flowers are fragrant at night. They are held very close to the plant. My plant is mounted on a piece of cedar and this is the first time I've bloomed it. The plant is still quite small, barely beyond the seedling stage.