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I'm hoping someone can help me identify this plant. It just started popping up recently in various areas along the edge of a wooded area (this is the only plant so far that has bloomed but I do see buds on a few others). I did not see this plant last spring, but then again last spring (the first year this house was built) the ground was snow-covered here in Western New York (zone 5) until end of April/early May. The plant is very short (I think the picture shows it's just above the ground) with green-mottled leaves. It's is the same area roughly where I have May Apples and native asters as well.
Thanks a lot.