I looked this up in my guide and I believe it is an appendaged waterleaf. I did notice a bumblebee on them. Is it a good plant for nectar or pollen? My bees have been bringing in a lot of white pollen. Can you find the bee in the first picture?
Looks like it is a good bee plant. The Virginia Water Leaf (same family) is in my Honey Book and says the following.
VIRGINIA WATERLEAF (Hydrophyllum virginicum).
The Virginia waterleaf does not bloom until after the fruit blossoms are gone, and so has less competition for attention than some other plants that come into bloom during the same period. It blooms abundantly and grows luxuriantly in moist woods. The bees have been so eager for the blossoms of this plant in the writer's wild garden and in the surrounding woods for several years past, that he has come to regard it is quite a valuable honey plant, although nowhere so listed as far as can be learned. Apiaries in the vicinity of woodlands should find this plant of considerable value, judging from the writer's limited observation.
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