Dipodium roseum is very common hyacinth orchid in Victoria. The species grows in forest and woodland, putting up showy pink scapes during the summer. It is most similar to D. puncatatum, but can be distinguished by its less prominent spots and strongly backwards-curved petals and sepals.
- Post published:January 6, 2021
- Post category:Australian / Terrestrial / Uncategorized
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