Basal rosette of 3-6 short-stalked dark green oval to oblong leaves 15-25mm x 10-15mm, margins curled/wavy on non-flowering plants only. Flowering plants have 3-5 lance-shaped stem leaves.
A Greenhood with a single shiny bright green and white striped flower to 30cm high. Sinus bulging and free points on lateral sepals thread-like. Labellum does not protrude through the sinus. Rosette of 3-6 oval to oblong basal leaves. Plants may form extensive colonies, but generally sparse in open areas. Locally threatened.
Single white and green striped flower, often brown towards the tip, to 28mm across. Galea erect and then curving forward and down. Lateral sepals erect and sinus projecting like a spout. Brown labellum oblong and barely visible above the sinus.
Shiny bright green and white striped
Damp Forest, Damp Heathland, Herb-rich Foothill Forest, Valley Grassy Forest
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Moist to well drained soils on moist slopes and ridges. Semi shade.