Clematis "Betty Corning" was just planted last year and has a few blooms this year.
Butterfly Weed (Asclepias tuberosa), tender perennial, butterfly and hummingbird magnet, likes well drained soils.
Clethra "Little Henry" - Not as large as the regular Virginia Sweetspire.
Iris "Edith Wolford" was a gift from Randy and Jamie.
I'm not sure what this iris is although I believe I've been told before. This one spreads rapidly and the deep purple color is lovely.
Another iris that I don't know the name of - I've heard it called "Flag" iris.
Jerusalem Sage (Phlomis fruticosa) - a beautiful plant that I just discovered a few years ago. Bees love it!
Peony "Raspberry Sorbet" - yes, peonies can be grown in Alabama but they usually don't last long and rain ruins the blossoms.
Spirea "Gold Mound" and Achillea "Paprika" (yarrow)
Indigofera (Indigo Bush)
Hydrangea "Snow Queen"
A container planting of euphorbia "Diamond Frost" and Red Polka-Dot Plant (Hypoestes phyllostachya)
And, more roses!
"Petite Pink Scotch"
"New Dawn" growing alongside Miscanthus "Cabaret" and Hydrangea "Sike's Dwarf"
"Carefree Delight" with Purple Smoke Tree
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