From a member's garden: Against the house, a purple-leafed crape myrtle 'Moonlight Magic’, and under that, the spotted leopard plant Ligularia japonica ‘Aureo-maculata’. That one sends up orange daisies in late summer. To the left, a dwarf Solomon’s Seal Polygonatum humile. This crape myrtle does get some powdery mildew. Flowers are not numerous, but pretty, white with a pinkish tinge.