Eucomis bicolor (variegated pineapple lily) is a flowering plant native to South Africa. It is a bulbous perennial with a basal rosette of wavy leaves. In late summer it produces a stout stem bearing racemes of pale green, purple margined flowers with a terminal rosette of pale green leafy bracts. At close quarters it has an unpleasant smell. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
A mini Hosta called "Trifecta". Very different - has a distribution of three colors: pure white in the center, dark green on the margins and a brush stroke of olive-chartreuse separating the two. Grows only 6" in height, 12" in width, with soft lavendar flowers in midsummer. Because of its unique coloration, it will illuminate a shady spot in a garden.
foamy bells-With tiny bell-shaped flowers that create a foam of bloom, this plant is also appreciated for it handsome clumps of leaves, which are broad, lobed, and distinctively veined. From spring to fall the short delicate sprays of white or pink bells rise on slender stems. Foamy bells prefer light humus-rich soil that drains well.