Foam Flower (Tiarella unifoliata)
Also known as false mitrewort and coolwort. The closely related Tiarella trifoliata, is also known as foam flower, but its leaves have three separate parts, rather than three lobes. Foam flower has a very long season, and, like many raceme shaped plants, can sometimes have fruits, flowers and buds (from bottom to top) on a single stem. This was the most prevalent, and often the only, flower on the floor of the old-growth forest along the Fisher Creek valley.