A member of the orchid family the beautiful Lady Slipper wild flower can be found growing in and near hardwood forests. The common name is moccasin flower and it was used by native americans for medicinal purposes. I thought it amazing that these flowers can live to be twenty years old. This is the fourth selection in our wild flower series by Bev Norman. We will be changing course next week and will have a few weeks of working with watercolor pencils and crayons.