I found this pretty flower at Olson's Bog. I believe it might be a Pogonia ophioglossoides.
Also in the bog there were many Pitcher Plants (Sarracenia purpurea).
Poke Milkweed, Asclepias exaltata. Notice how the flowers are on long stems and not tightly packed like the Common Milkweed, Asclepias syriaca. The leaves are very different as well.
You can't tell very well but this flower is really big, the entire plant is about 4-5 feet tall. It is a Canadian Lily, Lilium Canadense, and yes it is a native plant.
This Greater Purple Fringed Orchid, Habenaria grandiflora, was the flower highlight of my trip. It is a member of the Orchidaceae family and a perennial. It is very tall and I just noticed it at eye level on the side of the bank. Each individula flower looks like a tiny lavender angel.
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