Before I ask about the plants, I just want to say thanks to everyone who uses this forum. As a novice field botanist, this site has been a great tool for me when I get stumped in the keys. Also, when I find a single plant that I don't know, I know that I can photograph it and post it here instead of picking it and killing a potentially rare plant. Thank You! Today I came across a single stem of this beautiful little wildflower on a rocky shore of an island on lake of the woods (NW Ontario, E Manitoba, or N. Minnesota take your pick :)). I have been surveying up here for a few weeks now, and haven't come across this plant yet, maybe it is rare. Even if not, it is the only occurrence on one of our sites, so I didn't want to pick it just to key it, and I couldn't key it in the field. The other plant that I need to key it this one. A simple grass, looks like it could be an annual. Broad flat leaves, hairy collar and a ligule of hairs ~2-3 mm. Lemmas are glabrous. I have a specimen of it, but I can't seem to key it. Please let me know if there is any other features on it that I need to describe. Thanks so much!