Large, lobed, extremely soft leaves ("nature's toilet paper"). White flowers.
Flat needles with white bands on undersides. Upright cones. Round, clustered terminal buds. Greyish bark.
Deciduous shrub. Small green leaves with 3-7 lobes. White flowers with yellow stamen. Thorns.
Low growing. Purple and green whorled, simple, heart-shaped, serrated leaves. Leaves fold downward toward square (edged) stem. Small light purple flowers. Grows in bunches.
Bottlebrush needles. Cones with toothed "mousetails". Furrowed, fire-resistant bark. Evergreen.
I don't know what this species is! Can anyone help?
slime mold, Maple stump, 3rd day after blooming