Pink Lady Slipper (Cypripedium acaule)

Appearance/ID tips:

This species has two opposite basal leaves with conspicuous parallel veins and a large flower at the end of an erect stalk. The flower is magenta to whitish-pink; sometimes the whitish pink flowers will have darker pink venation.

Natural History(range, habitat etc):

Dry acidic woods, and acid hummocks in bogs and poor fens

Conservation Status:

Exploitably vulnerable, but one of the more common orchids species compared to others.