The trout lilies are one of my favorite spring flowers, yellow and dark red with their trout-like foliage. Gene called them adders tongue lilies. I'd rather have a trout than an adder under foot though.
And they carpet large areas of the forest each spring and then disappear.
Sometimes the trout lilies hang out with mayapples.
The previous post showed some wildflowers by the spring. Here's another picture from the same area...a large patch of skunk cabbage.
On the way to the spring is a Virginia bluebell just starting to bloom. There is also a large patch of these flowers on the east side of the entry drive.