Spring Beauty is aptly named – April brought it in shimmering pink beds.
The congeneric of virginica, carloliniana seems to be rare around here – although Palmer did paint it, he had to pencil it into his Plants of Philadelphia and Vicinity, which didn’t include the species.
Both of the latin names refer to John Clayton, a botanist in 18th century Virginia (source).
Spring Beauty
Click the image to the left to see the entry for Spring Beauty in the 1739 Flora Virginica, to which Clayton contributed, from the  biolib website.
Click the image to the right to see two of Clayton’s original specimens, now at the Natural History Museum, London.
Claytonia virginica
Spring Beauty