Common Names: Yellow lady's slipper, moccasin flower, hairy yellow ladyslipper
Plants at maturity bear 1 to 2 flowers and 3 to 6 leaves on each stem. The petals and sepals range from pale to deep magenta-brown and the lip is intense yellow with reddish spotty venation in its interior.
Grows in a variety of habitats from shady, damp forest understory of mixed deciduous and coniferous forests to open meadows and along streams in acidic soils.
Primary Flower Color: Yellow
Secondary Flower Color: Red/Orange