Calopogon tuberosus, the Grass Pink is an attractive North American bog orchid. I keep mine in the Sarracenia lagoons all year.
My first plant (a whole leaf) was potted up immediately on arrival and placed in a selected part of the lagoon. The next morning there was the skeleton of a leaf. This plant is very attractive to snails. The plant did survive and multiplied steadily. For several years I've kept the snails at bay but this year they took revenge and had a good cropping session. Needless to say the condemned snails died after a hearty breakfast.