Willow-herb, Large (Epilobium Angustifolium)

Native Chamerion angustifolium, commonly known as fireweed (mainly in North America), great willow-herb (some parts of Canada),[1] or rosebay willowherb (mainly in Britain),[2] is a perennial herbaceous plant in the willowherb family Onagraceae. It is native throughout the temperate Northern Hemisphere, including large parts of the boreal forests.

Wild Sarsparilla (Aralia Nudicaulis)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aralia_nudicaulis Native:  Wild sarsaparilla is a 1-2 foot tall shrub common to the forest understories of southern New England. It produces tiny white flowers in spherical clusters beneath the compound leaves, which ripen into blue-black berries in mid-summer. The rhizome of wild sarsaparilla has a sweet, aromatic taste, and sometimes has substituted for sassafras in the making of home-made […]

Water Plantain (Alisma Tricale)

Native: http://www.naturemanitoba.ca/botany/wildPlants/CommonWaterPlantain.pdf Large water-plantain and its relative small water-plantain (Alisma subcordatum) look quite similar. Both plants have small flowers with three petals on greatly branched stems. They differ in the size of the flowers. Large water-plantain petals are around 1/4 inch long; petals of small water-plantain are 1/8 inch or less.  

Violets (Viola spp)

Native

Twisted Stalk (Streptopus Amplexifolius)

Native