Habenaria blephariglottis. Orchis Family. July - Aug.
Found in bogs, swamps. Eastern Canada to Michigan, south to Mississippi.
Similar in habit to the Yellow Fringed Orchis, white, fragrant, lip fringed, in spike terminating stem 1 - 2 feet high.
Lance-snaped, parallel veined, clasping stem.
Habenaria leucophaea. Is similar to the preceding, differing chiefly in having larger white or greenish flowers, lip divided into wedge-shaped segments, deeply fringed. It is more common west, being found in moist, open ground from Western New York to Minnesota and Arkansas.