||Angraecum is a fairly large genus, currently comprising over 200 species. They are found in many countries across the southern half of Africa, and on many of the islands in the Indian Ocean. The flowers are usually white (the lip is always white), but some have green, grey-green or cream shaded petals and almost all have spurred flowers. The plants are usually very fragrant, most being night-scented to attract their moth pollinators.
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