Angraecum Emily Upside Down, the hybrid was created by Lehua Orchids and registered in 2013. The parentage is Angcm. Lemforde White Beauty (Angcm. magdalenae X Angcm. sesquipedale) X Angcm. superbum. This image was captured in August, 2016 and shows the influence of Angcm. superbum (non-resupinated flower) and the effect it has on Angcm. Lemforde White Beauty (resupinated flower); this hybrid escapes the Veitchii effect (flowers opening parallel to the ground). You can see the light green color in the sepals and the petals, a common trait seen in hybrids when various eburneums are used in the cross. Another trait is that the spur/nectary is pointing up rather than hanging down. The inflorescence starts erect but will usually arc somewhat due to the weight of the flowers which develop at the last two thirds of the spike.
I grow these plants in six inch (15cm) terra-cota pots that are riddled with one inch (2.5cm) holes around the entire pot (fast drainage and allows more air around the root system). Watered daily as long as the temps are at 80 degrees F or higher. Water is backed off to every two to three days once temps drop below 80 degrees F. A combination of medium red lava rock, hydroton and charcoal is used as the medium. The plants receive between 3,500 to 4,500 FC of light year round.