Bergenia, commonly known as Pigsqueak, grows in about the same conditions as Hostas. They are evergreen, however, and flower in spring. In this particular cultivar, the leaves turn to a sort of bronze, especially later in the year. You can see touches of the leaf colour in this photo amongst the predominant green. Although not as splendiferous, they're hardier than Hostas, and I'm quite glad that I have them.
The common name, Pigsqueak came about as a result of the squeaking noise that the leaves make when you rub them between your fingers.