Description The Musky Caladenia is a small elegant ground growing Caladenia species from south east Australia. It produces clusters of up to about six musk scented flowers on slender stems, during spring from September to November. The flowers are white with reddish hairs on the underside of the petals and sepals. The labellum or lip has three lobes and four rows of purple or yellow warts (calli). It develops a long narrow leaf to about 15 cm long and 4 mm wide. The plant grows from tuber and spreads into small colonies.
Habitat eucalypt forest, woodland
Distribution Caladenia gracilis is found in eastern New South Wales, Victoria, south eastern South Australia and Tasmania