Salvia May Nights. I think we could use a few more of these.
Red-osier Dogwood, another berry for the birds. These do not last long birds eat them as fast as they ripen.
Holly (female). We have two females and one male. Looks like berries will be plentiful this year.
Spirea,was here from a previous gardener. We cut it back to the ground to rejuvenate the old shrubs. Grew back quickly blooming fully by the second season after cut.
Phlox subulata blooms heavily for a short period then is a nice green groundcover.
The hobbit garden has bloomed nicely this spring. Thyme and ajuga,columbine,heuchera,Lady'sMantle,creeping phlox. The dianthus is just beginning to form buds. It appears the corydalis lutea has disappeared. I wonder if it I should try again?
but was not. Very pretty and blooms lightly all summer. The only aquilegia I have ever had do so.