Hay don't pick that blade of grass, that's a Trillium.
One of my favorite plants, I think, is the Trillium. Going to the Mt. Cuba center with their lush under story patches of assorted Trilliums in all their glory is enough to inspire anyone to plant some. The fact the seeds are distributed by ants makes them all the more appealing.
I wanted these in my yard so much in fact that I went ahead and bought them from any old source. I bought them online from what I'm assuming are legitimate sources. You can almost tell by the price but really they should say Nursery Propagated, and you should be paying anywhere from $9.99 to $30.00 each plant.
They take the better half of a decade to flower. And they seriously should be kept out of the hands of newbie gardeners. People who just go to the store and buy whatever without researching why. These are a full shade plant, (though oddly enough I've found one type that tolerates full sun).
Lowes last year was selling these plants in dried out packets for $3 each. When I saw that I thought "Oh My God! I've got to have that!" Before buying though I asked who provided them. One sales person pointed out the back of the label. It read Botanical Wonders.
See I don't know what to make of this. It's a problem with a company that doesn't have a website as far as I can tell or contact info on their packaging. On the other hand there's no way they're only finding 12 species of native plant. Granted Trillium can be tricky to ID a good nursery should know better.