Cruciferae (Mustard Family)
This is a really neat little flower. I must always remember that four petals usually points to the Mustard family. These have unique leaves combined with veiny flowers. Also known as Large-Flowered Bittercress, it is only about 1/2" across.
Araceae (Arum Family)
Also known as "Swamp Lantern", this plant grows all over just about every marshy, wet piece of land in the Pacific Northwest. There is a period where the skunky odor dominates the lowlands, but it isn't an altogether unattractive plant.
Grossulariaceae (Currant Family)
This one is sprouting wild around the edge of my greenbelt.
Liliaceae (Lily Family)
Growing wild all over the forest floor, these will get really big by summer.
Roseaceae (Rose Family)
I don't find this flower as photogenic as most.
Like me, it is prettier in person.
It will produce the first edible berries of the season!
Violaceae (Violet Family)
A modest but beautiful little bloom.
It might be easily overlooked if it didn't bloom so early in the season.