Disa* - South African Orchid

This orchid was introduced near Albany sometime in the mid 1900s. It has since spread up to Geraldton. It is an inconspicuous orchid with tiny, sweet smelling flowers. It grows well among introduced grasses and weeds and it is more likely to be found growing on your front lawn than in the bush.

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

Disa bracteata - South African Orchid

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