Bergenia ciliata is the other Bergenia — the one whose rounded fuzzy leaves look like an African violet on steroids. The leaves are similar in size to Bergenia cordifolia but mine are not quite as upright.
All of my Bergenias tend to flower sporadically; B. ciliata's flowers are a sweet Apple Blossom pink compared to the strident magenta of most Bergenias. But this is a plant to grow for its gorgeous foliage. If they never flowered again I wouldn't complain.
Don't let the moss in this image fool you. The ferns, the Bergenia and the moss are all growing in rather poor soil. In fact, the moss keeps colonizing the worst patches of hard-packed clay in my garden.
But the plants all seem to be happy, which means I'm happy, too.