aka woodland stonecrop
I’ve written about this plant before, but it’s a favorite and blooming now. Wild stonecrop is native to Eastern US woodlands. It likes to sprawl across rocks where there is a little bit of soil or leaf mould, and stands no more than eight inches tall.
The inflorescence typically has about a dozen flowers on three branches.
This flower is about 1/4 inch across, and consists of four green sepals, four white petals, eight stamens with purplish anthers, and four pistils.
You can get a sense of scale from this picture (note the fallen leaf at the lower right).
This particular stand is under a tree alongside a very small stream near the base of a large rock formation. The sun was just starting to peek over the rocks as I was taking these pictures.