We had a flower guy from upstate New York with us who ID'd this as Rose Pogonia, or something very much like it. It is in the orchid family. This was growing in an isolated pitcher plant bog
Locally abundant in open sphagnum mat with Sarracenia purpurea, Scheuchzeria, and Juncus sp.
Not really sure if I got the species right on this. These were up to 12" tall, maybe, and all in fruit.
Pogonia ophioglossoides is a species of orchid occurring from central Canada to the east-central and eastern United States. It is the type species of the genus Pogonia. It is also known as the "Snake Mouth Orchid". It is pollinated by bees. This species occurs in wet habitats. In the north, the habitat is typically fens but sometimes also bogs. Further south, along the Gulf Coast, it is a species of wet pine savannas and flatwoods.