Flowering period
May - June
Threat status ?
Least concern
Scientific name
Cephalanthera damasonium

white helleborine

LB: Bleeche Bëschvillchen FR: céphalanthère à grandes fleurs DE: Bleiches Waldvögelein

Forest species such as the white helleborine can, thanks to fungal filaments inside their root cells, colonize habitats with only little sunlight. The white helleborine is often found on calcareous soils in the sparse deciduous and coniferous forests of the Gutland.
Observations on GBIF.org: green-blue: before 2005, yellow-orange: after 2005, darker colour indicates more observations.