Early marsh-orchid (Dactylorhiza incarnata)

The early marsh-orchid (Dactylorhiza incarnata) is a perennial, temperate-climate species of orchid generally found growing in wet meadows, and generally on base-rich soils.

The flowering period is from May to mid-July, dependent on latitude and subspecies.

The early marsh-orchid is one of the rarest plant species in Peszér-forest.

Photo by Adrienn Csontos

Protected species oakeylife photos Peszér-forest protected species