Disa Luke Edwards
6th July 2010
A grex registered in 2004 from a cross between D. Kewfoam and D. Unilangley.
As with many modern hybrids, this is mostly D.uniflora, in this case with some D.tripetaloides and a tiny touch of D.racemosa.
I assume the intention was a large flowered hybrid with bright colours, long stems and a decent number of flowers on the stem. This one has
rather tidy flowers and puts me in mind of D.racemosa though it only had a tiny involvement.