Painted fern with hosta

I've always liked the Japanese Painted Fern. Japanese painted fern fronds peeking out from the hosta leaves. Love the idea of a potted hosta and the added fern is just the right touch here!

hostas, ferns, hakone  grass

Shade plant combination: Hostas, Japanese Painted Ferns, Japanese Forest Grass - for front of rock wall

Great container from /nickgardenguy/  The combination of the three plants here creates a striping of color. The bottom color stripe comes from the trailing silver ponysfoot and spiderwort fills in the base of the container. Finally, mother-in-law’s tongue rises to almost three feet, creating the top stripe. http://www.gardendesign.com

Plants shown here: Dichondra argentea ‘Silver Falls’ (silver ponysfoot), Tradescantia pallida ‘Pink Stripe’ (spiderwort), and Sansevieria trifasciata (mother-in-law’s tongue). Building Container Combos- Garden Design Magazine by Nick McCullough

Hostas and ferns

Perennial Shade Garden Plans For Shade Loving Perennials, Perennial Shade Plants. Hosta's and Ferns

Blue Hostas! Love Hostas! These would be gorgeous with the white hostas I pinned earlier.

I love the blue Hostas best. These would be gorgeous with the white hostas I pinned earlier.

Beautiful

Star shaped flower garden around the tree. Inspires me to think about a scalloped shaped garden.

Tropical Container  -  Stunning blend of Cordyline, Bonfire Begonia, Codiaeum and Boston Fern. (Design and Photo Credit: Barbara Peake Wise)

Tropical Container - Stunning blend of Cordyline, Bonfire Begonia, Codiaeum and Boston Fern. (Design and Photo Credit: Barbara Peake Wise)

Large scale container

Create a Beautiful Balcony Flower Garden

Bright green Colocasia/Caladium (Elephant Ear), Persicaria microcephala 'Red Dragon' or Lysimachia Firecracker, Monarda (Bergamot - Bee Balm) "Pardon my Pink", Coleus (red or pink), Ipomoea - Sweet Potato Vine "Sweetheart lime"

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I hate birds. but this is so cute! Tea cup bird feeder ~ Glue an old cup and saucer together. Water in the cup, seeds on the saucer.

Shade

traditional landscape by Glenna Partridge Garden Design The combination of hostas, ferns and grasses in this photo provides layers of texture that create visual interest, even though there are no blooms. This would work beside your patio.

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