Nodding Ladies' Tresses (Spiranthes cernua) Orchid family
This native perennial plant is usually 4-12" tall and unbranched. Each flower is about 1/3" long, consisting of 3 white sepals and 3 white petals. The upper sepal and upper two petals are fused together and form a curved hood that curls upward at its tip, forming a small upper lip with 3 lobes. The lower petal has a prominent lip that hangs downward and has a crystalline appearance.
Death Camas was still blooming.
Death Camas with dew drops.
Grass of Parnassus (Parnassia glauca) Saxifrage family - Showy white flowers with green veins, on long stalks. This plant has a rosette of broad, long stalked, basal leaves, rounded or heart shaped and one stalkless leaf clasping the flowering stalk. Grows in swamps and wet meadows.
Shrubby Cinquefoil (Pentaphylloides floribunda) Rose family
I have seen this blooming since the beginning of July.
Queen Anne's Lace
Agrimony, I didn't identify which kind...
Pitcher Plant leaves form pitchers to capture insects.
Mad-Dog Skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) Mint family
A native perennial plant is 1–2½' tall, branching occasionally.
At one time, there was a belief that Mad-Dog Skullcap could cure rabies, which is false. However, the foliage contains a substance with anti-spasmodic and sedative properties, so it does have some medicinal value.
Sticky False Asphodel (Tofieldia glutinosa) Lily family
That's all for this adventure!