Spring beauty (Claytonia virginica) is a spring-blooming woodland wildflower with slender green leaves and clusters of dainty white flowers striped with pink inside. This charming U.S. native typically reaches 6 to 8 inches tall in bloom. The clumps go dormant by early summer. This species is reportedly hardy in USDA Zones 3 or 4 to 9. Once you get it established in your garden, it is likely to self-sow.
I collected these seeds in the last week of May 2020, from plants in my meadow in Bucks County, PA. Each packet contains at least 25 seeds. Spring beauty germinates best from fresh seeds, so I will have them available only in June and July, or until they sell out.