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Lady's mantle looks great in the garden and in a vase. Its scalloped leaves catch rain or drewdrops, making them look dusted with jewels. The chartreuse flowers appear in playful, frothy clusters above the foliage. Lady's mantle is ideal for softening the edge of a shaded path or creating a groundcover in dappled shade.
Pastel shades of astilbe complement the flowers of lady's mantle. Both prefer a moist, lightly shaded site.Coralbells
With similar mounded growth habits, coral bells and lady's mantle look like close relatives. The coral- pink blooms combine well with yellow-green lady's mantle.Ligularia
Surround The Rocket ligularia with lady's mantle for a stunning flash of yellow in moist partial shade.