Just trying to get the word out about the "Botanical Wonders" rhizomes at Lowes/ Home Depot. It is my understanding they are wild collected, seeing as how the company states they are "nursery grown". Trillium, trout lily's, maiden hair ferns, and many other woodland plants are being sold in little packages for almost nothing (around 2.00 dollars). Anyone who knows a thing about Trillium/ slow growing woodland plants would quickly realize no nursery propagated trillium would ever be sold "bare root". Please make sure the plants you buy are Nursery Propagated and NOT nursery grown. I did see the little cube of death pitcher plants/ VFT's etc. in the Lowes too. I think these are tissue cultured, although not entirely sure (Judith Hindle and Daina's delight were present). Seeing the rhizomes made me stop and think about if the VFT's and certain sarracenia (rubra and purpurea) are also taken from the wild . Can anyone shed light on the matter? So spread the word if you can about the rhizomes, and please don't buy wild collected plants. If you live in the New England area, check out the New England Wild Flower Society, a non-profit organization aimed at Native Plant conservation (this includes sarracenia, drosera, pinguicula, and darlingtonia). Thanks for reading!