Spotted wintergreen. Typical in dry oak-heath woods.
Sandy bench between oak opening and wetland
These plants are past their bloom, so the lovely flowers have turned woody-like. I think they are Chimaphila umbellata or Prince’s Pine.
little prince's pine west of Panther Peak
Chimaphila umbellata. Along the trail to Lily Lake, Sawtooth National Forest near Stanley, Idaho.
Chimaphila (wintergreen; from Greek: cheima 'winter' and philos 'lover', hence 'winter lover') is a genus of five species of small, evergreen, flowering plants native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. They are classified in the family Ericaceae, but were formerly placed in the segregate family Pyrolaceae.