Solomon's Seal - Polygonatum bifllorum. I didn't realize this was a medicinal herb, but there are a lot of uses for it. I got a couple of these from my mother, I keep hoping they will spread, but so far I still just have the same 2 plants coming up.
Lilly of the Valley - Convallaria majalis. This wildflower grows really well in the shade and spreads quickly. I transplanted it from the very back of the yard to it's current location under a snowball bush. I transplanted 7 plants 2 years ago, and there are now probably 20 that came up this this year. Apparently this plant is very toxic to people - good to know. Unfortunately, as much as I love it, we may remove it now that we have a baby who puts everything in his mouth
Loropetalum - Loropetalum chinensis var. Rubrum. We planted this shrub last year about this time. We really liked the red-purple leaves. Now that we have one, I seem them everywhere, particularly in commercial landscaping. I guess that means they're hardy and low maintenance. Their pretty pink flower gives them their common name, Fringe Flower.
Virginia Bluebells - Mertensia virginica. This one is another wildflower native to this area. Oh such a pretty blue color! I don't think I could have too many of these.