10 The Vibrant Flowering Plant You'll Want To Grow Near Hostas

Coneflowers (Echinacea): Vibrant and easy to grow, coneflowers come in a range of colors like purple, pink, and orange, creating a lively contrast with hostas.

Bleeding Heart (Dicentra spectabilis): The distinctive heart-shaped flowers of bleeding hearts add a unique charm.

Astilbe: These feathery plumed perennials offer a burst of color in shades like red, pink, and white, enhancing the visual appeal of the hosta bed.

Coral Bells (Heuchera): Known for their colorful foliage, coral bells come in various shades and add a pop of color alongside the hostas' greenery.

Ligularia: With bold, dark foliage and tall spikes of yellow or orange flowers, ligularia provides a striking and vibrant contrast in both color and texture.

Japanese Anemone (Anemone hupehensis): Delicate, nodding flowers in shades of pink or white make Japanese anemones an elegant addition.

Balloon Flower (Platycodon grandiflorus): The unique balloon-shaped buds of this plant burst open into star-shaped flowers in blue, pink.

Hosta Varieties with Variegated Leaves: Consider planting hosta varieties with variegated foliage to enhance the overall vibrancy and texture of the bed.

Hardy Geraniums (Geranium spp.): These low-maintenance plants produce an abundance of colorful flowers and have attractive.

Salvia: Choose a vibrant salvia variety, such as Salvia nemorosa, for spikes of intense blue, purple.