Lily flops onto (and clashes with) reverted P. Norah Leigh while Salvia 'Black and Blue' looks on .
From another perspective.
Moving a little further west, 'Black and Blue ' has it's way with with Phlox and Autumn Joy, while Aster frikartii peeks out at the bottom of the pile.
In the upper third, you may notice that Eupatorium 'Gateway' has engulfed an entire rosebush. That's Austin rose 'English Garden' barely visible just above the Phlox 'David'.
A Robin Parer Geranium , Santolina 'Lime Fizz, Teucrium all hang out together. One can view about half of each plant. They are dukeing it out.
Teucrium 'Purple Tails' and the chives have bested the french tarragon...which reclines beneath them all. I believe there is a Basil 'Pesto Perpetuo' in there as well..have not seen that plant for months, now that I think about it.
Reverted variegated Oregano with Gaillardia and more Teucrium. Somewhere in the midst of this there are Fraises des bois.
Love my new Miscanthus 'Rigoletto' . Too bad I can't see it.
Symphytum 'Axminster Gold' is encroached upon by Rozanne and a seedling Veronica.
Crappy Daylily foliage ..
Symphytum attacks are a trend. Here we see it in the jaws of Trachelium caeruleum .
The up side ? I can't see the soil, and I can't see the weeds.