My contribution to the Wildflower Week Fest the May-Apple or known as Polyphyllum peltatum by you Hortheads. These plants usually have one or two leaves but they colonize as you can see in this photo
taken at the local park.
You can see the pretty little bloom that you usually find at the base of the petioles.
I have a small colony on the north/west side of the house. It is covering the down spout nicely.
I am not sure where the apple part comes in its name. It is listed as a perennial herb. Maybe someone else knows a little more about it.
If you want to see more wildflowers do go to Gail's Clay and Limestone blog. She is hosting a Wildflower Week. It is so important to preserve the wildflowers that we can. The bees and other wildlife will thank us for it.