Flower is a yellow, irregular pouch about 2 inches long. The rim of the mouth or upper part of the pouch as red spots of striped. Side petals are thin and typically twisted. Typically one flower per plant, and occasionally two.
|Season Bloom||Spring -Summer|
|Habitat||Yellow Lady Slipper prefers moist sandy soil at the woodland edge. It is an endangered species in Michigan and is protected. It is not commonly for sale. It has a wide range in the United States.|
|Leaf Description||Three to six leaves per plant are long ovals, 7 inches long and 4 inches wide, toothless and pointed at the top. They have deep parallel veins.|
|Light Source||Partial Shade|