Pterostylis erecta

Like other greenhoods, this orchid grows in colonies, is deciduous and occurs in local forests in well-drained, moist sites. When fertile, it produces a slender, green flower stem up to 8cm tall emerging from a rosette of small, dark green leaves. The flower is about 20mm in height, and flowers in August, often in large colonies.

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