Chokecherry shrubs are almost like weeds where I live. But I've grown to luv them. These have always been on the west wall of the house. When we moved here I tried to get rid of them, not realizing that they respond with even more suckering. I finally gave up and over time I've appreciated the morning sounds of birds in the branches, some even sitting on the window sill. They smell lovely also.
My Solomon's Seal is spreading away.
The hostas are doing their thing. I can't believe I originally rejected them as part of my plant arsenal. Good grief, they are hardy, low care and slowly expand. I even like the flowers which were disparaged once upon time. But I'm more for foliage than flowers.
These are some kind of little bulb that multiplies like crazy but most of the year just looks like grass.