Kinda looks like a baby Rattlesnake Plantain?? Looked like an out of place houseplant.
I found Rattle Snake Plantain near a douglas fir in nutrient rich rocky soil with fallen tree needles around. The area was a moist old growth forest and I found the plant in a shaded area.
-Plant: Leaves growing from basal rosette, broad, juvenile age, dark green leaf with white stripe up middle
-Route: From US Highway 101 turn west onto the Skokomish Valley Road (6 miles north of Shelton and 7 miles south of Hoodsport). Drive west on the Skokomish Valley Road from the George Adams State Fish Hatchery for about 5 miles to FS Road 23. Turn right onto FS 23 and drive 9.0 miles to FS Road 2353. Turn right onto FS 2353 and drive approximately ¾ mile to the South Fork Skokomish River Bridge. Turn left after the bridge, the parking area for the trail head will be on your left about .2 miles down South Fork Skokomish Trailhead.
-Weather: Sunny, clear skies, about 24 degrees C
-General Veg: Canopy was dominated by Pseudotsuga menziesii and Tsuga heterophylla while the ground was dominated by Galtheria shallon and Manhonia aquifolium
Goodyera oblongifolia is a species of orchid known by the common names western rattlesnake plantain and giant rattlesnake plantain. It is native to much of North America, particularly the western side of the continent from Alaska to Mexico, and to eastern Canada. It is most commonly found in mountain forests, often in the understory of conifers. This orchid forms a patch of broad lance-shaped to oval-shaped leaves at the ground, each 4 to 9 centimeters long....