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rose pogonia

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Consequently, many orchids, such as grass pink, rose pogonia, and white fringed orchid are found most often in coastal dune sands and in bogs and fens (a type of marsh).
These include rose pogonia and grass pink, both of which produce delicate blossoms.
Commonly known as rose pogonia, Pogonia ophioglossoides (Jussineu) is a native wild orchid frequently found in acidic, boggy areas.
Bees land on the brightly colored lip or labellum of the rose pogonia flower.