Trillium catesbaei (Rose Trillium, Bashful Wakerobin)
Named for English naturalist Mark Catesby (1679-1749) and native to just a few states, including North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama, this Trillium is called "bashful" because the bloom is often hidden under the three leaves, difficult to see from above. Its color is usually a medium pink, although it can also be white. It grows in partial shade/full shade and is deer resistant. (Photo by Halpaugh at en.wikipedia, and in the Public Domain).