The Aerangis fastuosa orchid has been fully open for a couple days now, and it's beautiful. This species is native to Madagascar, but mine was propagated in the US. I got it as a young plant, and this is its first bloom.
This is the fourth Aerangis species I have bloomed, and like Aerangis mystacidii and Aerangis punctata, is a highly fragrant orchid, especially in the evening (my Aerangis citrata hasn't seemed to have much of a scent). This one (fastuosa) has heavier scent than the others; less floral and more musky, in a really good way.
The flower is about an inch across, and the nectary (spur) is three inches long. Not bad for a plant with a leaf spread of only three and a half inches!
Such a pretty plant.