Flowering period
July - July
Threat status ?
Scientific name
Epipactis muelleri

Mueller's helleborine

LB: Müller-Harespelorchidee FR: épipactis de Müller DE: Müllers Stendelwurz

The flowers of Mueller's helleborine lack adhesive bodies and their pollen packages disintegrate shortly after blooming. These features indicate that the flowers are adapted to self-pollination, although nectar can still be found in the flowers. The species makes an appearance in the Gutland on calcareous sites in forest clearings and along forest edges.
Observations on GBIF.org: green-blue: before 2005, yellow-orange: after 2005, darker colour indicates more observations.