Large-leaf Grass of Parnassus - Parnassia grandifolia
Despite its common name, Parnassia grandifolia (Celastrales - Celastraceae) is not a grass, but a perennial herb, forming clusters of slightly succulent, shiny leaves. Its large, white flowers with green veins and bright orange anthers are really beautiful.
Parnassia grandifolia is native to central and south eastern US. It grows in alkaline seeps and is an indicator of rich, old forest.
I’ve been hesitant whether to submit this to you since it might not go with your no-instagram/no-photo edit guidelines (sorry about that) but I got this piece fixed and added to last month and I really adore it. The art is by Audrey Kawasaki.