Wild Florida Photo
Nature Photography by Paul Rebmann
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A widespread terrestrial orchid of eastern North America, they are rare in Florida, appearing only in Liberty County in open, wet sites. The range extends west into Texas, Oklahoma and Nebraska and north into Minnesota, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
Spiranthes cernua blooms typically appear from August through October in most of the range, and into the winter in Florida. The narrow leaves may or may not be present when flowering.
Other species of the Spiranthes genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
View Spiranthes odorata - FRAGRANT LADIESTRESSES
View Spiranthes praecox - GREENVEIN LADIESTRESSES
View Spiranthes sylvatica - WOODLAND LADIESTRESSES
View Spiranthes eatonii - EATON'S LADIESTRESSES
View Spiranthes brevilabris - TEXAS LADIESTRESSES
View Spiranthes laciniata - LACELIP LADIESTRESSES
View Spiranthes vernalis - SPRING LADIESTRESSES
Date record last modified:
Aug 07, 2016