Common Names: Foamflower or False Mitwort
Latin: Tiarella codifolia
Family: Saxifragaceae or Saxifrage
Habitat: Rich woods
Found: Moist woodland near lake/stream
Dicot: Multi-veined leaves
Identification: Leaves are deeply heart-shaped at the base; difficult to see in the photo; multiple small white flowers with many stamens
Uses: According to Go Botany it had multiple uses amongst the Native Americans particularly for sore mouths (teething?) in babies. I couldn't locate further info, however.