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Mukdenia 'Karasuba' is a "must-have" for the shade garden with these ruffled leaves and red edges that seem to glow in the morning light.

Mukdenia 'Karasuba' is a "must-have" for the shade garden with these ruffled leaves and red edges that seem to glow in the morning light. — at Walters Gardens.

Fire and Ice Hosta!

Summer: Shade garden 'Fire and Ice' Hosta: The leaves are slightly curled on this mostly white hosta that has green edges. small to medium size that only grows and like other hostas prefers a shaded planting location. Perennial in Zones 3 - 8

Finally! A purple fountain grass that is perennial (comes back every year). ‘Vertigo’ grass from Proven Winners is even more striking than fountain grass. Reaching 2’ to 3’ tall by 2’ wide, ‘Vertigo’ is heat loving and long flowering.

Pinner says: A purple fountain grass that is perennial (comes back every year). ‘Vertigo’ grass from Proven Winners is even more striking than fountain grass. Reaching to tall by wide, ‘Vertigo’ is heat loving and long flowering.

'Citronelle' coral bells (Heuchera 'Citronelle') - one of the best, brightest Heucheras for shade.

'Citronelle' coral bells (Heuchera 'Citronelle') - one of the best, brightest Heucheras for shade. Use the lime colored or varigated leaves of shade plants so they stick out in the shadows.

You had me at "Fireworks". ---- Pennisetum Rubrum "Fireworks" Looks like something from a Dr Suess book! Pennisetum Rubrum is my favorite grass, I wish it was a perennial around here, I'll have to remember to get some for around he house this year.