maybe Epilobium sp.
This appears to be the first record of a naturalized population in Pennsylvania. This species is native to Japan and is widely cultivated in the southern US. It is growing on a tufa formation, where the year-round seepage moderates the microclimate, which probably permits this species to grow farther north than it would otherwise.
It is considered invasive farther south, but at this point in time it is not likely to be a problem at this latitude. This population consists of approximately 2 dozen plants.
They look like small and texture is soft
This plant is very tiny also very green and some of yellow. That kind plant had some top of pointer and oval. That plant lay on the ground, it's not grow on the air.
I counted 60 of Common Snowdrop and the color are white
Small black spider with 8 legs
This is weather cold, it won't open like flower. It will open like as blossom when it will be warm outside.
Red berries, pointy leaves, green all year, medium tree
Found in small stream in Frick Park. The date may be off by a month or so.
The tulip poplar this leaf is from is growing along Beechwood Boulevard near the Blue Slide Park entrance to Frick Park. The leaf is simple and notched at the top. The leaf was dried and pressed by high school students.