A. hartleyi is rarely grown these days, although it was commercially available in North America in the late 70s. The flowers are small, but produced in great abundance on a mature plant. A native of New Guinea, it was collected and described by Paddy Woods of the Royal Botanic Garden/Edinburgh in the early 70s.
Additional photos may be seen in a slideshow by clicking one of the links below:
- Side view and front view of the flower above
- Stems with flowers and buds
- A flower cluster, possibly the same clone many years earlier