Description The Lady Finger Orchid is a terrestrial orchid from eastern Australia. The flowers are white or rarely pale pink. The sepals and petals are relatively broad for this genus, and are similar in shape to Caladenia carnea. One or two flowers are produced from a plant, with the flowering from august to October. The plant has a single narrow grassy leaf that grows to 12 cm long by 4cm wide from the base of the plant. The yellow-tipped labellum is white with three lobes. This plant is deciduous and dies back to the ground in summer.
Habitat Caladenia carnea grows in shrubland, woodland and dry forest.
Distribution found in eastern New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria.