The single best shade, native ground cover there is. Not very tall, only reaching 10” at the biggest. The leaves are a very dark green and fuzzy to the touch, plus they’re heart shape. How can you go wrong so far? The flowers are held below the leaves almo ... st on the ground and, and from what I understand, are pollinated by a beetle. The flowers look the same before and after pollination. For best results we’d recommend that they be planted in light shade to shade (or morning sun if you have it) in soils that are anything but heavy clay.