The inflorescence reaches 6″ in height and
Produce more than 25 white or pink crowded flowers
The scape and the lower surface of the sepals are densely covered with thick, white dendritic hairs.
Blooms during the months of December and April.
It is closely related to D. brevicornis, but is distinguished from that species by its shorter inflorescence (2.4 inches –6 inches long in D. darwinensis and 11.8 inches –15.7 inches long in D. brevicornis).
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