Definition of Habenaria orbiculata
1. Noun. Orchid having a raceme of large greenish-white flowers on a single flower stalk growing between two elliptic or round basal leaves lying on the ground; from northern Oregon and Montana across Canada to the eastern United States.
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Literary usage of Habenaria orbiculata
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1. Rhodora by New England Botanical Club (1906)
"Mr. Schuette regarded the Mink River plant as varietally distinct from Habenaria orbiculata, Torr., and requested that a description of it be published. ..."
2. Memoirs of the New York Botanical Garden by New York Botanical Garden (1900)
"The original Platanthera Richard was constituted in 1818 and based on Orchis bifolia ; habenaria orbiculata and H. Hook cri of the northern United States ..."
3. Our Native Orchids: A Series of Drawings from Nature of All the Species by William Hamilton Gibson, Helena Dewey Leeming Jelliffe (1905)
"The observations that Darwin made in some of the English species of Habenaria have been confirmed and illustrated in the blossoms of habenaria orbiculata. ..."
4. Bulletinby Vermont Botanical Club by Vermont Botanical Club (1906)
"habenaria orbiculata grows abundantly on the sides of some ravines. It varies greatly in size of leaf and flower. The largest flowers are not always found ..."
5. The American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley, Charles Anderson Dana (1883)
"Structure of Flower In Orchids (habenaria orbiculata). ture in these is so strikingly unlike ... In the greater green orchis (habenaria orbiculata), fig. ..."