Calopogon oklahomensis D.H.Goldman
Family: Orchidaceae
Oklahoma grass pink
Calopogon oklahomensis image
Hugh Wilson  
Etymology: Calopogon: Greek calos for "beautiful" and pogon for "beard," from the bearded lip
Plants: perennial forb
Flowers: pink to purple, 6-parted, 1 1/2" wide with yellow brushy hairs on the upper petal; inflorescence a loose, short cluster of stalked flowers blooming all at once; blooms June-July
Conservation Status: Special Concern