for part shade/shade area. (Common name is Japanese Forest Grass) I like the 'All Gold' because it's brighter than other cultivars of Hakonechloa. I hope this helps!
Shade loving and some color with the azalea.
“plants for entry shade zone buffering woods”
“shade garden, like the different shades of green.”
“The different textures and shades of green”
of all gardens, yet with a careful choice of plants it can make a wonderful color-theme planting. The foliage in this border is both soothing and refreshing and makes me think of the traditional temple gardens of Japan.
green garden, which depends on foliage rather than blooms to provide the color, can still be surprisingly complex. Even within the single-color guideline, you'll find foliage and flowers that range from yellow to gray and everything in between.