An agastache...I'm just not sure what kind...anyone? At 4 ft. tall, she's hard to miss though.
Gosh, I don't remember planting this ansonia but HERE she is...blending happily with the purple salvia.
A perfect white poppy...well, just shy by a few hours! Too bad the blooms don't last long.
This is my newly planted tri-colored beech. Not a common stocked item so I'm thrilled to have found her. It's fairly small at 5 ft. and sparsely branched, but isn't the foliage beautiful? I paid a whopping $99 for her, and hopefully, she'll thrive in her new home.
This kousa dogwood has an unusual shade of peachy/pink blooms.
A wonderful (and no fuss) perennial for the front border is the hardy geranium. Extended bloom period (4+ wks ), easy to propagate, spreads quickly...what's not to love? Oh, and deer resistant, too!
Look how wide this clump is. Ha, Bandit...always sneaking into my pictures...
Roses are putting on a great show but look closely and you can see the damage being done by aphids...even this easy care Knock Out.
This is the view as I'm standing on the deck steps, looking into the garden. This pink rose is pretty but no fragrance whatsover...ZILCH...NADA...
Colors displayed here and there, but what you see is mostly still green. In a few days, however, this bed will be a sea of yellow as sun drops are ready to burst...unless the rain returns...Ugh!