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A dwarf, shade growing species from Madagascar. Small glossy green leaves, the plants do best on a mount with a little spaghnam moss under the roots. A small well drained pot or basket with a well drained media can also be used.
Aerangis citrata requires heavy shade and must have good air movement as most Aerangis are very intolerant of stale conditions.Because the plants are small, the roots should not be allowed to dry out hard.
An intermediate grower, keep just damp and not wet. Attention should also be paid for signs of spider mite, red spider, false spider mite. Wettable sulphur spray under leaves fixs mite and also fungus.