Orchids. ("Aerangis thomsonii.") Google search: "Aerangis, abbreviated as Aergs in horticultural trade, is a genus of the Orchid family. The name of this genus has been derived from the Greek words 'aer' and 'angos', referring to the form of the lip. Wikipedia."
Genus: Aerangis Species: punctata Origin: Madagascar very attractive mini-miniature with a beautiful combination of verrucose (warty) roots and gray-spotted green oval foliage, leaf span is 1 1/2" at most, 2 to 3 proportionately huge 2" pure white starry open flowers with a 4" nectary on each short spike, mildly fragrant, an amazing mini, short lived flowers. Blooming Season: Light: