Most plants fail to grow well where they have wet feet. If you have a spot in your sunny garden or yard that's consistently moist, try this plan. If the soil is wet enough that there's a detectable rotting odor, build the soil level up slightly and add organic matter to give your plants the best possible start. Here are some plants to try. Calla (Zantedeschia aethiopica). Growing from a bulb that doesn't tolerate freezing temperatures, calla produces elegant, vase-shape white blooms all summer. Its arrow-shape foliage also provides interest all season. It grows 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide. Zones 9-10; elsewhere, dig bulbs and store in a frost-free location for the winter. Cardinal flower (Lobelia cardinalis). A showstopper at the end of the season, cardinal flower pro-duces some of the brightest red flowers you'll see. The blooms appear in late summer and autumn on clusters above the bronze-tinged foliage. This North American native grows 3 feet tall and 1 foot wide. Zones 3-9. Joe-Pye weed (Eupatorium purpureum). A back-of-the-border plant, this North American native towers up to 7 feet tall. In summer and autumn, it produces attractive clusters of pink flowers that attract butterflies. Individual plants spread 3 feet, but form clusters that can grow much wider. Zones 3-9. Ligularia (Ligularia dentata). This plant is grown mainly for the appeal of its large, round leaves, which are often tinged with red. It bears clusters of yellow flowers from summer to autumn and grows up to 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. Zones 4-8. Moneywort (Lysimachia nummularia). The variety 'Aurea' is a ground cover that provides season-long interest thanks to its brilliant golden-yellow foliage. The yellow flowers appear throughout the summer. Moneywort grows only 2 inches tall but can spread quickly when its needs are satisfied. Zones 4-8. Turtlehead (Chelone lyonii). Native to North America, turtlehead produces bright pink flowers in late summer and autumn. The foliage is dark green and attractive throughout the growing season. Turtlehead grows 4 feet tall and 2 feet wide. Zones 3-8.