To the right you see Potentilla arguta PRAIRIE CINQUEFOIL. This species is part of the rose family. Potentilla means little, powerful one, referring to medicinal properties, and arguta means sharp-toothed. The common name comes from the five leaflets in the compound leaf; the flower also has five petals.
Work continues on the layout of book two, Elusive Splendor. I hope to have it finished and in the editing stage by mid-March.