Pogonia ophioglossoides (L.) Ker Gawl.
Family: Orchidaceae
adder's-mouth, rose pogonia, snakemouth orchid
Pogonia ophioglossoides image
Jeff Hapeman  
Etymology: Pogonia: from Pogonias for "bearded," referring to lip of original species
Plants: erect, perennial, 8"-12" tall forb
Leaves: one near the middle and often a long-stalked one near the base
Flowers: pink to rose, 6-parted, 1"- 1 3/4" wide; lip with fringed edges but not lobed, its surface with yellow hairs and often with red veins; inflorescence usually 1 (rarely 2) short-stalked flowers; blooms May-July
Habitat: sun; wet; bogs, shores, meadows, fens
Conservation Status: Native