Plants for shade: 'Escargot' begonia, coleus and ferns. This was on the Snyder-CleveHill Tour of Gardens in 2015.
Tiarella ‘Crow’s Feather’, heuchera “Purple Petticoat” and a variegated hosta. by lu2513
Wonderful shade garden - THIS IS DEFINITELY SOMETHING I NEED TO LOOK INTO!! (plants to fill all the shady spots in my garden!!)
'Fire Ice' hosta (a sport of Patriot) has slightly twisted leaves. Likes moist soil and full or partial shade. Good in large pots, too. Up to 16" high.
Oxalis palmifrons hails from the deserts of South Africa. This oxalis looks like a giant green snowflake. Zone 7 - 10 Each symmetrical rosette has three dimensional, miniature palm-like leaves.In late fall it is topped with stalks of light pink flowers held just above the foliage. Oxalis palmifrons makes a great windowsill plant.