A. sesquipedale tends to be a slow grower and also resents root disturbance - more so as it gets older. It can sulk for a couple of years after repotting. For this reason it is sometimes grown in a pot through which the roots can penetrate. It can then be potted in its entirety into a larger pot when necessary. We don't know if Angraecum Lemforde White Beauty resents root disturbance to the same extent as its parent but, until someone lets us know otherwise, we will assume that to be the case.
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