is related to corn and is also known as the Corn Lily. The leaves are a showy green backdrop in meadows both in the lower forested areas as well as at higher elevations. The blooms look more like a corn tassel.
White Mountain Heather and Pink Mountain Heather grow in high subalpine areas. The pink is the most common, and there is also a yellow variety which is sometimes seen. Pink Mountain Heather doesn't seem to be picky about having a lot of soil, as you see it quite a bit in rocky areas like this one.