Hello! My husband and I bought our first house this summer, after previously owning a condo. We have about half an acre, most of which is sloped. At some point around ten years ago, the house was owned by a serious gardener who had beautiful gardens, including a terraced slope with stone walls and steps. The gardens have mostly been overtaken by weeds, so we're starting a long, slow process of reclaiming them a bit at a time. This year we're just focusing on getting the front under control. There are some hostas, a peony, and a wiegela in the front. On the side, there are some lupines, phlox, irises, balloon flower, bee balm, and a poppy.
I would appreciate suggestions for what to plant along the front pathway. Right now it's a bit of a hodgepodge. Besides a large pair of hostas at the top, there is a one liatris, one coneflower, a few different irises, and a bunch of evening primrose. I'd like to move those things elsewhere and find some kind of perennial that would make a good edging. Because of the large sugar maple up front, the right side of the path gets a bit more sun than the left. Any ideas?
Thanks in advance! :)