Non-native, invasive plants often have an unfair advantage over our natives. They may be able to out-compete our native plants especially with climate change impacting the adaptability of indigenous organisms. These invasives typically have escaped someone’s landscape and can spread rapidly. Some are quite lovely which is why nurseries sell them in the first place. You should definitely NOT plant these; in fact, lobby with your local nursery to not sell them. Also, volunteer for trail/habitat cleanups which often included invasive removal.
Here are a few of the more common ones: