Photo: Alison Rosa
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Punch of Color

Planted against a backdrop of dark evergreens, hostas provide a punch of color to brighten a shady property line. Here, wide, rippled chartreuse leaves are paired with smooth, pointed variegated ones.

'Fatal Attraction'
Dark green, 9-by-4-inch leaves with creamy white margins under lavender flowers that bloom in late summer. Grows up to 18 inches high and 36 inches wide in Zones 3 to 8.
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