Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Disa pygmaea


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Habitat

Dry sandy or rocky soils, in full sunlight, often flowering after fire

Altitude

Sea level to 900m

Flowering time

October to November

Description

Plants up to 15cm tall. Leaves narrowly ovate, acute, 15 to 20mm long. Inflorescence cylindrical, dense, 15-100mm long. Flowers with lime-green lip and petals, lateral sepals green, median sepal and spur rusty-brown. Petals lobed into 2 with a small tooth on the rear margin. Spur falcately curved, 2.5mm long. Lip 3-4mm long.

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This website was last updated on
2017 / 3 / 28