This bed is very shady and the left side in particular needs a redesign. In fall 2018 I removed a large Hosta 'Guacamole' due to virus infection and needed to replace it with something else. As a stopgap measure I put a large Bergenia there, but it is not thriving and is too low and floppy looking. Other plants currently in the bed are Phlox 'David' at the top left near the bergenia, Dryopteris erythrosora, (Autumn fern), Brunnera 'Jack Frost', Hosta 'Praying Hands' (just emerging), a pale blue Pulmonaria, Lady's Mantle, Haquetia epipactis and a bunch of greenish-bronze leafed Angelica (I think). The angelica has spread to a clump with many delicate-looking stems about 12" to 16" tall, but they have never flowered or made anything that looked like a sturdy mature plant - do they need better light, better drainage, a new home? I'm wondering whether to try Zingiber mioga 'White Arrow' or Ligularia 'Osiris Cafe Noir'. Does anyone in Vancouver have experience with either of these plants? They are kind of pricey and I don't want to spend the money if they are finicky and unlikely to succeed. I have Ligularia 'Othello' growing under a pine tree nearby and it has done OK for years despite extreme root competition. The new location is a bit more shady, but with much better soil conditions. The centre shrub is lonerca nitida 'Baggsen's Gold', its green colour gives an indication of how shady this area is. To the right of the Lonicera is a yellow Epimedium which seems to do well even in deep shade. The coppery leaved plants at the front are Saxifraga fortunei 'Rubrifolia' which has done really well in shade and wet soil. I am planning to relocate the Pulmonaria on the left and will probably put it in front of the Lonicera. I'm open to suggestions for rearranging other plants in the bed also. The bergenia can be given away. I was initially hoping to hide more of the fence with a taller plant, but it is so shady that nothing does well at the very back. I'd normally look for an upright Hosta, but that's out for at least a few more years because of the virus. Maybe I just need to put medium height things to distract from the fence and leave a mulched empty space behind them. Any advice would be welcome.