Tiger Orchid

Diuris sulphurea


It has up to three leaves, and a flowering stem with up to seven bright yellow flowers with dark brown markings. Flowers are produced in clusters of up to about seven flowers and flowering period is in spring from about October to November.

How to identify the Diuris sulphurea?


Widespread in heaths and open woodlands


Eastern Australia From QLD to SA including Tasmania


Can grow to around 50cm tall

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