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Hosta 'Blue Mouse Ears'- I have a couple of this little guy, and love it

Hosta "Blue Mouse Ears" - one of my favorite hostas! Photo from Hallson Gardens, my favorite hosta nursery in Michigan.

Woodland phlox (Phlox divaricata)  Woodland phlox is a slow spreading ground cover — draw lots of butterflies and hummingbirds by planting several phlox about a foot apart from each other.  Type Native perennial  Blooms Lightly fragrant lavender to blue spring flowers  Light Full sun to part shade  Size 8 to 16 in. tall, 8 to 12 in. wide  Hardiness  Cold: USDA zones 3 to 9  Heat: AHS zones 9 to 1

Wildlife-friendly plants

Woodland phlox (Phlox divaricata) Woodland phlox is a slow spreading ground cover — draw lots of butterflies and hummingbirds by planting several phlox about a foot apart from each other.

Myosotis ( arvensis, sylvatica) / Forget-me-not (field ~, wood ~, woodland ~ ) / Myosotis ( ~ des champs, ~ des bois) / (floare de ~) nu-mă-uita / Nefelejcs (parlagi ~, erdei ~) / ワスレナグサ (勿忘草、忘れな草), エゾムラサキ (M. sylvatica), ノハラムラサキ (M. arvensis)

Forget-Me-Not. The brilliant azure blue of forget-me-nots becomes a focal point in the spring shade garden. Pair with epimediums and foamflowers or let them provide a colorful contrast with hostas and ferns. USDA Zones depending on variety

Touch of Class Hosta

Hosta 'Touch of Class'

Hosta ‘Touch of Class’ Hosta USDA Zone: This low specimen selection has very thick, pointy blue-green leaves with a central streak of pale yellow. Pale lavender flowers appear in July.

Shade arrangement for my shady front porch.

Shade arrangement for my shady front porch.

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