Iris sibirica 'Caesars Brother'. Siberian Iris. I love Siberian Irises. Caesar's Brother is a classic, but there are many others that are just as lovely. Their upright, strappy foliage looks great all season, not melting and going brown like bearded iris does. The deep violet flowers appear in June. Remove spent flower stalks in summer. Cut the wizened foliage down to the base in winter. Plant in full-part sun in average soil. A great plant for a wet area, as well.
Dwarf Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum humile) it grows in a good groundcover. It also make a good edge plant in woodland shade. They will spread like crazy so don't plant near other small plants that they will overshadows or steal water and nutrients from. You will get plenty of those in three years if there are no heavy competitions! Will grow part shade to woodland shade - doesn't seem to behave any different when you put them in those two different type of shadows.