Probably not Ajuga genevensis since the leaves look nothing like your plant.
While we wait for blooms, let's review...Here is the assignment...Focus on each part of the photo. Place a name on each plant that you can identify.
Those of us following the thread have only your photos to guide us; you are fortunate that you have the actual plants in front of you.
Here is your original photo.
Here are some cropped portions that need a name.
1- Upper right, may be a Maple or Sweetgum; give this a name:
2- Lower right of photo - give this a name:
3-Parsley-looking leaves - give this a name:
4-Please only look at the two large leaves on the left and right; ignore the runner for now. To me the two large leaves appear to be a Violet; what do you think? - give the two leaves a name:
Here is where we need to focus...
5-Lower left of photo:
6-Lower middle of photo (I think the runners come from this plant):
Do #5 and #6 look anything like #7?
7- The center of the NOID 'problem' (I think this plant has no runners):
The larger rosette of sorts plant , and the stringy walking stem on the hand , same plant of course .
In this photo caption the 'same plant of course' that gets my attention.
The photo shows leaves and runners but it does not show the connection back to the 'mother' plant. I want to jump into the computer screen and get a closer look.
Still not convinced that your NOID plant is only one
plant. I believe there are actually two plants unaccounted for... look at my cropped images #5 and #6 and compare them to #7. I think the runners are coming from #5 and #6 as the leaves seem to match.
Whenever you decide to dig up the plants itwould be great to see some new images of each individual plant. I don't mind being wrong, but I just hate when things that are unsolved. How will I ever sleep tonight?