Tulotis ussuriensis is
a perennial orchid species inhabiting damp forests; the stems
measure 15-35cm in height and have two narrow, oblong leaves on
lower portions. Many light green flowers bloom in racemes; sepals
and side petals are approximately 2mm long, and lips are
white-tinged with yellow-green, about 3.5mm in length, cleft in
three, and the central lobes ligulate. The spurs are white, 5-6mm,
being curved downwards. Bloom time: July-August.