One of the mystery hostas. The foliage started out green and yellow, and has matured to a darker blue-green edge and lighter blue-green center variegation. It looks more green in the photo, more blue-green in person. I'm still not sure what variety it is. The other variegated mystery hosta has remained green and yellow, and is much smaller. No blooms on that one.
Oxalis triangularis - overwintered in the basement. It went dormant almost as soon as I brought it in, and started growing again almost as soon as it went back outside in the spring. I have a few of them in mixed containers. I love the foliage and the blooms.
Agastache ' Blue Fortune' - Anise Hyssop. Bees and hummingbirds love it. This large, stately plant is over three feet tall and covered with blooms even in almost full shade. I'm learning to love its pale, blue-gray blooms. They look bluer in the photo than they really are.Calamintha nepeta ssp. nepeta - teeny tiny blooms, and lots of them. Bees adore them.
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