Description The King Greenhood is a ground orchid from eastern Australia. The flower is large for a Greenhood, growing to about 6 cm long, and is green and white coloured with brownish at the tip of the hood. The dorsal sepal and petals are joined together into a hood over the central labellum or lip. The lateral sepals are joined together at the base tapering to slender points at the tips, that stick up on either side of the hood. It develops a rosette of four or more elongated oval leaves that can grow to about 8 cm long with undulating margins.
Habitat forest, woodland
Distribution Pterostylis baptistii is found in eastern Queensland, eastern New South Wales, and eastern Victoria. It is listed as vulnerable in Victoria.