Yellow Fringed Orchid
Yellow-fringed orchid is threatened in the state of Connecticut.
- Synonyms: Habenaria ciliaris
- Family: orchid (Orchidaceae)
- Habitat: bogs, moist meadows and woods; generally in acidic soil
- Height: 1-2 feet
- Flower size: 3/4 inch long, excluding the long spur
- Flower color: yellow to orange
- Flowering time: July to August
- Origin: native
A group of yellow fringed orchids. The small white flowers in the lower right are another orchid, lady's-tresses.