Disa bivalvata is a disa species found in South Africa.
Plant blooms from late summer to fall with a cluster of flowers..
Plant is found in bogs and wet grass lands in the western Cape area of South Africa at around 2000 meters in elevation.
Plant is grown in cool to cold areas with partial shade. Grow plants in a pot or a basket with a mix sphagnum moss and perlite. Keep moss wet at all times by keep pot sitting in about 2 inches distilled water and change periodically. Always use purified water because plant is sensitive to minerals and repot anually. Avoid fertilization or use extremely less than recommended dosage
Common Name:The Two-Folded Disa
- Disa melaleuca (Thunb.) Sw. 1800
- Ophrys bivalvata L. f. 1781
- Orthopenthea bivalvata (L. f.) Rolfe 1912
- Penthea melaleuca (Sw.) Lindl. 1838
- Serapias melaleuca Thunb. 1794