Leaves only growing on drier hummocks in wet marsh full of walking spike rush. Not in flower or fruit. Identified by MOS ranger.
Playing with the white balance settings on my phone.
The fluffy white flowers of Maianthemum dilatatum (False aka Western Lily-of-the-Valley) are gone now, and the speckled berries have arrived.
Maianthemum dilatatum (snakeberry, two-leaved Solomon's seal or false lily of the valley) is a common rhizomatous perennial flowering plant that is native to western North America from northern California to the Aleutian islands, and Asia across the Kamchatka Peninsula, Japan, and Korea. It grows in coastal temperate rainforests, and is often the dominant groundcover plant in Sitka Spruce forests.