I find these plants hard to identify.. but I think this is a 'Southern Marsh-orchid'.. 'Dactylorhiza praetermissa'.... but stand to be corrected.. see the.. Full Canvas..
HPPT..! thanks for looking.. have a great day..
'Widespread and fairly common throughout Europe as far North as Southwest Norway this orchid favours marshy ground and dune slacks and often occurs with the Northern Marsh-orchid which makes accurate identification tricky.
The Southern Marsh-orchid typically grows to between 30 to 50 cm in height although taller specimens up to 70 cm can occur. Difficult to distinguish from the Northern Marsh-orchid, Dactylorhiza purpurella, the lip of the Southern Marsh-orchid is gently rounded and folds back on itself. The lip of the Northern Marsh-orchid is more angular'..