I'm not sure where to put this since this is a land-based plant, but I figure General is as good a place as any. I seem to recall at least one of you here is a plant buff so I hope you guys can help me with this. I found this neat-looking clover out in the woods behind one of my old childhood homes while I was helping my mother dig up plants and shrubs from her own mother (my grandmother) since the house is closing on a sale this Friday. My mother wanted to get her plants out before then. Anyway, I noticed that this patch of clover seemed to be growing from rotten wood that had decomposed or what was left after termites were done with it. So I don't know if it's a NC native plant or not. I also dug up two separate species of ferns but I don't have photos of them yet. I'll get photos tomorrow. The purple is much more striking in person on the clovers and the underside is completely purple. I saw one that was close but doesn't quite match, called a Spanish moss clover, I think. I haven't been able to ID it.