Epipogium roseum is
a saprophytic orchid species occurring on evergreen forest floors;
the whole is yellowish-white, lacking chlorophyll pigments. Stems,
erect 20-50cm in height, with some small-scale leaves on them, and
the upper parts set many downward white flowers in a racemose
manner. Flowers: either sepals and side petals are 8mm in length,
lips; are the same in size, broadly ovated, and have several pale
red-purple dots. Bloom time: June-July.