Coefficient of Conservatism:
Coefficient of Wetness:
MOCCASIN FLOWER, PINK LADY-SLIPPER, STEMLESS LADY-SLIPPER
Sandy, dry forests under red and jack pine, mixed oak and pine, or aspens; also in moist to wet ground, especially on hummocks in sphagnum bogs and under cedar, tamarack, or spruce in coniferous swamps, always in acidic soils.
Our commonest lady-slipper in much of the state, this occurs in a diversity of acid soil habitats, but mostly in boggy sites in southernmost Michigan. It is uncommon in limestone districts.