I have a small Hosta bed that produced a surprise patch of trillium, now this year, it seems to have several more volunteers.
One is blooming and I have id'd it as Dutchman's Breeches. I am not sure what the two in this picture may by. The ferny leaves don't quite look the same as Dutchman leaves, but I'm not certain.
I can't find them in my searches on native databases, but I'm fairly certain they are native woodland dwellers in Michigan as I have seen them in the deep northern woods. The fact that they are showing up in my Metro Detroit area back yard is fun. I want to make sure to take care of them properly.
Any ideas? Also, I transplanted the Hostas from my mother's house and she was plant collector.