We love the irregular variegation of 'Rainbow's End' #Hosta. See more of our favorite hostas: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/guide-to-hostas/
Hostas, bleeding hearts and ferns. Bottom: Purple Oxalis contrasts yellow Corydalis in both color and texture. Pair oxalis with burgundy tones of Japanese painted fern. Spotted lungwort ties into the silvery fern fronds, and big-leaf Petasites and hostas offers fun contrast with its large leaves.
Hosta Hostas are the ultimate shade-garden plants because they're so tough. They also offer a huge variety; look for varieties that grow from 6 inches to 6 feet wide -- and with leaves in shades of green, gold, or blue. Plant Name: Hosta selections Growing Conditions: Shade and moist, well-drained soil Size: To 6 feet tall and wide, depending on type Grow it with: Ferns; their fine-textured foliage makes the perfect contrast to any hosta variety. Zones: 3-9 Click here to see other top shade-garden plants Learn more about growing hosta.