Specie: Amesiella Philippinensis
Common Name: The Philippine Amesiella
Size: 1 to 1 1/2″ [3 cm to 4.5 cm]
Synonym: Angraecum philippinense Ames
A small plant with big flowers, it is a hot to warm growing epiphyte from the Philippines on forested slopes as an epiphyte on mossy trees in moderate shade at elevations of 400 to 1400 meters that needs to be kept evenly moist and appreciates bright, indirect light with fleshy roots, a very short stem and several elliptic-oblong, obtuse, broad leaves and it blooms in winter and spring on a axillary, 1 5/8″ [4 cm] long, few  flowered, racemose inflorescence with rigid, fleshy, triangular, acute floral bracts and has large, fragrant flowers.