Help ID this (native?) plant

green_go (Canada, Ontario, z 5a)(5A)

I found them growing in the woodlands this weekend:

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lycopus(z5 NY)

Mayapple, and yes it's native.

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green_go (Canada, Ontario, z 5a)(5A)

Thank you, lycopus!

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wisconsitom(Zone 4/5)

Capable of forming rather large patches. One of my favorite woodland natives.

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