In the welcome garden near the breezeway between the classroom building and the exhibits building, but can also be found in the sloped bed against the front of the Totten Center First flower.
On slope in front of Totten Center
Cabin Branch Pyrite Mine trail, Prince William Forest Park, Prince William County, VA 24 February 2013
My memories of tramping around in North Carolina woods feature pipsissewa and wild ginger. I was tickled to see these.
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.