I know I posted a photo of Large-flowered Trillium before, but I wanted to show the masses of them growing in the woods around this one.
Dwarf Ginseng (Panax trifolium) is much smaller than the ginseng prized by Chinese medicine (Panax quinquefolius). The whole plant is less than three inches across. And unlike its larger cousin, this plant disappears after it stops blooming. Like in just a few days from now.
The flower heads of Early Meadow Rue (Thalictrum dioicum) with clusters of anthers dangling down and shimmying in the breeze. (Hmmm. . . . Where are the pistils? I forgot to look!) The leaves of this plant are equally pretty, all soft and ruffly. Sorry I didn't get them in the picture.