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Periwinkle (Vinca) would probably work. It's quite rampant and will grow in partial or even full shade.
Hibiscus seed themselves everywhere here, I would just sow them in a pot now and leave them outside over winter, unless the temperatures drop very low. They should germinate well in spring.
You could choose an ornamental vitis, they don't often produce flowers or fruits, and their autmn leaves are beautiful.
Looks like borage to me...
Crocosmias work well as cutflowers, and they are completely trouble free.
Thank you all for your quick responses!
Thank you Dove. I believe it's a highlander, so I will try to put it in a brighter spot.
The pitchers on the plant now were already there when I bought it.
It's in a cool bedroom, i keep it moist and do not feed it.
I know, Nepenthes is not a garden plant, but I hope someone here knows: my Nepenthes is racing towards the ceiling, but isn't producing new pitchers! Is this normal or am I doning something wrong?