Wild Ginger, that is, not the ginger humans use for cooking. (And we squirrels know about this because everyone asks!)
Wild Ginger, Asarum canadense, is a fabulous spring wildflower, with heart-shaped leaves that are slightly fuzzy. The flowers are hidden, so get down on your bees’ knees and take a look under the leaves.
They sit on the ground and are pollinated by beetles.