One of the typical orchid species of the Peszér-forest, which is the most important nature conservation area, is the Anacamptis pyramidalis.
Anacamptis pyramidalis requires a sunny spot on diverse soils: loamy or clay. It can even grow on very alkaline soil. It can be found on meadows or dry and well exposed slopes, at an altitude of 0–2,000 metres (0–6,562 ft) above sea level.
Photo by Vera Vadász-Besnyői, May 2018