Hi Gerry, I’m hoping to give some colour by planting the top and face of a drystone retaining wall. At present its covered by ivy on top with a few foxgloves on the face.Large trees above and grisilina hedge behind. Thanks in advance
It is not surprising that ivy and foxgloves are doing well as they can tolerate these semi-woodland conditions. You might try the following woodland plants: primroses, ferns, bluebells, wild garlic, London pride, tolmeia, tellima, asarum, epimedium and arum.