So do many plants on the woodland floor. It's now ferns galore. Some people even look for the fiddle heads in spring and use culinary dishes. Sorry not allowed in the park.
Jack-in-the-Pulpit, is a personal favorite grows in my wooded lot. Keep in mind if the female Jack is disturbed it declines and may stop producing fruit. Also called Indian Turnip the Native Americans used the tap root for food. The plant is really not edible since it contains calcium oxalate crystals which cause a burning sensation in your mouth when eaten. The mature Jack has shiny red berries then you know you've seen the female. you can also tell by the leaves, males have one long leaf stem with 3 leaflets and the female has 2 long stems.