The end is nearing, and cold nights are reducing the number of good blooms.
Boundless Beauty is a later star:
Savannah Debutante does not disappoint:
Cherokee Pass (pumped up in a pot for sales):
Message of Love is so far not nice enough to earn a prime spot in the garden:
Indian Ripple always a colorful spot towards the end:
Willow Dean Smith (which I previously misidentified as Cosmic Blush): I corrected the post.
Lavender Stardust (yes, foliage in general is ratty due to a very wet and cool period in early May). Very dry now, though.
Labyrinth of Solitude (don't know what I think):
Ambulance Chaser has taken a long time to just modestly establish itself.
Heavenly Bombshell (fairly new to garden)
Watermelon Moon has looked good:
Antique Nouveau (enabled by Debra's pics):
Haven't seen many butterflies. Someone told me that use of Round-Up in the Midwest is destroying wildflower habitat.
The old Lady Neva has been relegated to the hospital bed (it looks good there and scapes are surprisingly sturdy):