Erythronium americanum or American Dog's tooth violet or Trout Lily. This is a first for me and seems to be one of the first here in upstate NY, although with the amount of young leaves showing there's going to be quite a show on this damp meadow.
A walk in the pine woods on this cold March day. I found nothing but this Shrubby polygala, faux buis, or Polygala chamaebuxus, whatever you want to call it. It flowers through from November to May, even on the coldest days. In May it perfumes the whole pine forest.