The Streaked Rock Orchid is a small orchid that grows in dense groups on rocks.
It has succulent leaves and the stems can grow to 600mm. Flowers are small and yellow with red streaks.
It is fairly wide spread and common, growing on a wide range of rocks, boulders & cliff faces.
The Streaked Rock Orchid flowers from September to October each year.
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