Best plants to plant in a front walkway

The walkway is curved shaded area (PA). Flowers or plants need to be 2-4 inches in height. Would Perfer perennial. Flower bed is 3 ft wide and 6ft long.
Any suggestions?
Cannot attach photo, yesterday we had summer like weather, today we have a snow storm.

  8 answers
  • Jeff Keith Jeff Keith on Mar 02, 2018
    Hostas,, Coleus,, Inpatients,, will all do well in the shade you will need to keep a close eye on watering them as needed. But they will give you an assortment of colors, for the entire season.

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 02, 2018
    shade perennials,,,,Huchera,Columbine,Ferns,Hostas,Lirope,

  • B B on Mar 02, 2018
    Miniature Hostas of different leave colours they love shade and some rockery plants such as ice plants pink and white flowered small begonias love shade

  • Laura Jo Lubeck Laura Jo Lubeck on Mar 02, 2018
    Day Lilies withstand harsh winters. I live in Michigan, and they come back every year.

  • Grandmasue10 Grandmasue10 on Mar 02, 2018
    I like Moss Roses for a really low plant. Be sure to check how wide they spread so that you and your guests aren't dodging them as they walk up to the house. Plant them far enough from the walkway so they can spread without trouble. PS They are not moss and not roses, more like a succulent with pretty flowers.

  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Mar 02, 2018
    Why so short? Not many plants to choose from that will stay at 2-4 inches and flower. It will take an awful lot of plants to cover that much area with plants that stay that short. Could you plant bigger in the back and shorter by the walkway?

  • Geew Geew on Mar 02, 2018

  • Redcatcec Redcatcec on Mar 03, 2018
    Hostas are perennials and grow just about anywhere.