|Here is a close up of the flower cluster.
|Foamflower, or Tiarella. This one is called Iron Butterfly. Love, love, love. Foliage is golden all summer and doesn't scorch in shade. Flowers come up in late May early June. Tolerates a fair bit of drought once established.
|Epimedium davidii, or Bishop's Hat. Fabulous little columbine like flowers in late May, with semi evergreen foliage which....
|...turn lovely shades of reds and bronzes with frost.
|Alchemilla molis - Ladies Mantle. Nothing looks more glorious than leaves covered in dew on a spring morning. Yellow flowers in June/July. Lovely paired with blue/yellow hostas. Can grow in a fair bit of sun as well.
|Tricyrtis - Toad Lily has long lily stems bearing orchid-like flowers late in season (August-September). Real visual interest against evergreens or autumn changing foliage.
|Anenome x hybrida "Honorine Jobert". Fall flowering Anemone. Some of the most delicate blooms that flower, standing above deep green foliage. Gently blowing in the breeze - they are stunning in masses.