Disa Yellow Bird is an orchid hybrid originated by M. Gallagher in 2001. It is a cross of Disa. uniflora x Disa. Golden Age We are really excited about this hybrid as it should have orange-yellow, medium sized flowers. Photos show parents species.
To learn more about Disa Yellow Bird checkout orchids.org/grexes/disa-yellow-bird Some photos from the International Orchid Foundation website www.orchids.org and show parents in this cross.
Sun: Best grown in greenhouses with 30% shade cloth during summer months, or under partial light when grown under lights, or in full sun if roots are kept cool
Water: Prefers to be kept sitting in a small saucer of distilled or reverse osmosis water. Do not let dry out
Temperature: 30-80F, not frost hardy, does not like high heat, prefers n drop in temperatures. Can tolerate higher temps if roots are kept cool.