Chimaphila umbellata. Heath Family. June - Aug.
Found in dry woods. Nova Scotia to Georgia, west to Pacific.
Flesh color or pinkish, waxy, 5-parted, in small groups terminating stem 3 - 10 inches high.
Dark, shining green, evergreen, sharply toothed, opposite or in whorls.
C. maculata. Leaves white veined, tapering toward the tip. Found in similar situations west to Minnesota and Mississippi.