These blue-bead lilies grow in clusters in a mixed oak bush. The little blue beads are quite distinctive in the summer.
Knox County, Maine, US
Infrequent in sandy mixed woods with Gaultheria procumbens, Orthilia secunda, Cornus canadensis, and Linnaea borealis.
Second photo shows the ciliate leaf margins, although many of the hairs were worn away by this time of the year.
Clintonia borealis (commonly Blue-bead lily or Clintonia, also Clinton's Lily, Corn Lily, Cow Tongue, Yellow Beadlily, Yellow Bluebeadlily, Snakeberry, Dogberry, Straw Lily), is a perennial forest plant found in eastern North America. It was once classified within the genus Convallaria.