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Astrantia  (Masterwort)  Apiaceae
For the perennial border or along streams. Very effective when naturalized under light, open trees. 
Prefers partial or full shade and moist well-drained soil. Must be grown outside as flowers produced in greenhouses will be much paler.
 
Brunnera  (Heartleaf Alkanet)  Boraginaceae
For the shady border or open woodlands. A good groundcover. 
Prefers light shade and fertile, moist soil. Does well in full sun only if soil remains moist al the time.
 
Campanula  (Bellflower)  Campanulaceae
Nice border plant and good cutflowers. 
Sun to partial shade in slightly alkaline, well-drained soil.
 
Cimicifuga  (Bugbane)  Ranunculaceae
For the perennial border or woodland garden. 
Prefers partial shade in humusy soil. Needs constant moisture in full sun.
 
Delphinium  (Larkspur)  Ranunculaceae
Outstanding plants for the back half of the perennial border. 
Prefers an evenly moist, loamy and humusy soil. Does well in full sun, but the base of the plants like to be protected from direct sunlight.
 
Dicentra  (Bleeding Heart)  Fumariaceae
For borders, woodlands, and rock gardens.  
Prefers partial shade and well-drained humusy soil.
 
Echinacea  (Coneflower)  Asteraceae
For the sunny border, prairie garden or wildflower meadow. Also used as a cutflower. 
Requires full sun and well-drained fertile soil.
 
Eupatorium  (Joe Pye Weed)  Asteraceae
Late-flowering plant for the perennial border, the meadow or wildgarden. Good cutflowers. Attracts butterflies. 
Sun to partial shade and moist, well-drained, fertile soil.
 
Geranium  (Cranesbill)  Geraniaceae
Excellent border plants, often used in mass planting. 
Sun to partial shade and well-drained soil.
 
Helenium  (Sneezeweed)  Asteraceae
Nice plant for the border. Good cutflowers. 
Full sun and well-drained soil.
 
Heuchera  (Coral Bells)  Saxifragaceae
Excellent plants for the front of the perennial border or among trees and shrubs. Smaller cultivars also good for containers and the rock garden. 
Sun to partial shade and well-drained, alkaline, organic soil.
 
Hosta  (Funkia)  Liliaceae
Good multipurpose plants for the shade and woodland garden, the border and containers. Excellent as groundcovers or for edging 
Prefers partial shade and humusy, moisture-retentive soil.
 
Ligularia  (Golden Ray)  Asteraceae
Impressive plants for the bog garden, or for shady moist borders. Very effective alongside water. 
Sun to partial shade in moist, fertile soil.
 
Ophiopogon  (Mondo Grass)  Liliaceae
Excellent for edging and ground cover. Makes fantastic contrast with hostas and other paler foliage plants. 
Prefers part-shade in moist soil, but tolerates full sun. Slow growing.
 
Polemonium  (Jacob's Ladder)  Polemoniaceae
Good border plants. 
Full sun or part shade in rich, well-drained soil.
 
Rudbeckia  (Coneflower)  Asteraceae
Good plant for the sunny border or meadow. Plant in masses for an effective display. 
Full sun or light shade in ordinary soil. Mildew-resistant.
 
Salvia  (Meadow Sage)  Lamiaceae
Useful for the mixed border. Very effective used en masse. Can be used for cutting and dried flower. 
Full sun and moist, well-drained soil. Tolerant to drought.
 
Tiarella  (Foamflower)  Saxifragaceae
Excellent plants for the front of the perennial border or among trees and shrubs. Smaller cultivars also good for containers and the rock garden. 
Sun to partial shade, well-drained alkaline organic soil
 
Tradescantia  (Spiderwort)  Commelinaceae
Nice in the border, wild gardens or for naturalizing. 
Can be grown in full sun to part shade. Prefers good, moist soil.
 
Verbascum  (Mullein)  Scrophulariaceae
Good feature plant for the perennial border. 
Easily grown in full sun or partial shade in well-drained soil.