Indian Pipe or Corpse Flower,  Monotropa uniflora
Ericaceae or Heath Family
(formerly in the Wintergreen Family)

An odd low plant, with a single, nodding, pure white (sometimes pinkish) flower on a white stem with white oval scales.  No leaves.  Fruit a woody capsule.  The fruit points upward; the nodding flower turns up as it changes to a fruit.  Blooms in the summer.

A native parasite of underground fungi.  It spends most of the year hidden underground sucking nourishment vampire-like from the fungi, only poking above ground to flower and produce seeds.

A unique plant in Wildwood.  Pinesap is a similar relative, but yellow or red, with several flowers on each stem.  It has not been reported from Wildwood.