I like Lamiums. They are easy to grow so long as they don't get too wet and add foliar interest to the front of borders. A new one I found a couple of years ago at Forde Abbey is Lamium orvala. A large plant spreading about 2ft and growing to about 1ft it has beautiful dark pink labiate flowers all through spring. Cut back hard after flowering it will produce some fresh leaves but no more flowers. I also have a cream flowered one bought from an NGS garden in Forestside and a variegated version, again from Forde Abbey. They seem to be happy growing in both full shade and full sun which is useful. Easy to propagate by either root cuttings, or as I've been lucky enough to have, seedlings which I am growing on for my plant sales.