Indian Pipe, Monotropa uniflora.
These are flowering plants that lack chlorophyll. They are parasites that get nutrients from mycorrhizal fungi. Most of their life is spent underground as root masses that flower after years of subterranean living. They are found all over the world but are rare to find during flowering. I’ve literally wanted to see this plant in person ever since reading about it as a kid, so I was pretty excited to find it.
Okay, sooooo I originally got this pot to put my copper king cactus in, but the plant was too wide at the top. Length-wise, it would’ve fit great. As an alternative, I potted my golden sedum hybrid in it. Absolutely no regrets. The pot is the type that’s supposed to be used for African violets.