There is either a new color variation of a yellow violet or another violet species on this mountain. I'm opting for a new species. The picture is bad. I was trying to be artsy and get the chimney in the shot. I'll get a better one later.
I think this is Viola striata, the Striped Cream Violet.
Let's see now, two kind yellow violet, two kind white violet, white and purple speckled violet and purple violets from pale to deep purple and from narrow to blousy petals. With this new violet that makes seven species of violets up here. At least. Looking through the violets at that site above makes me wonder if all those purple ones could be more than one species.
Whatever. We got plenty violets now.
We also have this oddball Conopholis americana, Squaw-Root coming up. It is a parasitic perennial herb that feeds on oak tree roots.
There is always something out there.