The other day, at the site for field pussytoes, I came across this Virginia cowslip. There was a nice patch of it in woods along the fence line. It had winter creeper, periwinkle, and moneyplant for company. Clearly they all had spread from a garden. In MIchigan, this is an endangered species. Not uncommon in gardens, but very rare in the wild. So whatever its origin, its great to find!