Solomon's seal, Polygonatum biflorum, is claiming prominence in the back corner. Last fall I dug it up and moved it. Turns out all I did was spread it. I wonder why it is called biflorum. Flower clusters range from one to four in my patch(es).
Star-flowered false Solomon's seal, Maianthemum stellatum, is in the opposite corner, becoming modestly pretty and not doing anything untoward.
Bonus same-day false ingredient: black & white from Woodrat Photoblog.