Disa tripetaloides is found growing in Table Mountain Sandstone habitats from the Hottentots Holland Mountains to KwaZulu-Natal. It occurs along fast-flowing perennial streams, mountain seeps and on banks and often submerged in nutrient-poor water during winter.
The plant sits happily in my Sarracenia lagoons from spring to autumn. In winter it's better to keep them frost free.
It's not one of the largest flowering Disa
One of the bonuses of taking close-up photos of your plants is that sometimes you notice potential problems that may escape you normally.
Disa aurata is a miniature species from South Africa, it has flowers only 2 cm ( 0.8") across. They are however beautifully coloured and marked. Readily grown in Sarracenia conditions but idealy frost free as with other Disa.