Inniswood thrives in Zones 2-9 in just about any type of soil. It's a nice border plant that grows approximately 24" tall. In summertime, I typically cut the flowers stalks off my hostas before they bloom. I like the look of the leaves without the flowers. If you don't cut the stalks, the fallen flowers can stick to the leaves like glue after a rainstorm and make the plant look untidy. In late fall I trim the foliage about 3-4" from the ground. Inniswood is planted close to our house and I don't want any critters calling it home during the winter.
I added a couple of photos so you can see how I pair Inniswood with companion plants in the border. The chartreuse color looks especially nice with the 'Palace Purple' Heuchera (Coral Bells) and the 'Raspberry Splash' Pulmonaria. The ground cover shown is 'Beacon Silver' Dead Nettle.