Digitalis purpurea f. albiflora – This elegant foxglove produces stately spires of of white, tubular flowers in June and July held above rosettes of large, hairy, dark green leaves. This pretty white foxglove is perfect for lighting up a shady border or for dotting through a mixed border among evergreen shrubs. Although it is a short-lived plant, given favourable conditions it will self-seed freely. All parts of the plant may cause severe discomfort if ingested

Geranium pratense Dark Reiter | Fine Gardening Fairly new cultivar, has a short mounded habit and dissected dark leaves. Bright lilac-blue blossoms appear in spring; slow growing. Pair silver-toned foliage plants with Dark Reiter for a stunning effect. Noteworthy Characteristics: Dissected burgundy-tinged leaves and springtime blue flowers. Good for rock gardens. Care: Provide full sun to partial shade and well-drained acidic soil. Trim back after flowering.