Wild Swan' Anemone Brighten dark spots in your landscape with 'Wild Swan' anemone. From spring through fall, this shade-loving perennial sends up bloom stalks of nodding white flowers with a blue-violet reverse. It's a great choice for a woodland or rock garden where its clumping, dark green foliage and pretty blooms will stand out. Unlike older forms of anemone, 'Wild Swan Hybrid' won't reseed and spread throughout your garden.
Wild Ginger: An almost perfect groundcover for shady spots, wild ginger features fuzzy, heart-shaped leaves. In late May, peek under the leaves for a glimpse of the hidden burgundy flowers. Name: Asarum canadense Growing Conditions: Shade and well-drained soil Size: To 10 inches tall
wild columbine- In the woods behind my house each spring brings a new crop! Sometimes I cut the seed heads and scatter where I want them to grow! Shade, zone 5.
Bristleleaf Sedge. A native groundcover and wonderful naturalizer, this shade-and-sun-loving bristleleaf sedge fits in anywhere -- from woodland and rock gardens to perennial borders. Plants grow 6 to 8 inches tall and bear long, soft, threadlike foliage. In early spring, small whitish-green flower spikes appear. Plant in mass for a gorgeous green groundcover or as an edging plant. This hardy sedge tolerates dry conditions