Clockwise from top left: Lambs Ears; Agapanthus (a small variety - Peter Pan, I believe); Daylilies (identified as Kwanso by Rhonda - thanks!); Black-eyed Susans; Crocosmia (Lisa, this is what I gave you recently); French Marigolds; Shasta Daisy; Purple Coneflowers.
Unrelated Note #1: Don't garden bloggers make great friends? Debbi sent me some seeds (angel trumpet, hummingbird vine, lettuce, hyacinth bean) AND this cute bookmark! Thanks, Debbi!
Unrelated Note #2: I'm on the bandwagon with all the Diamond Frost Euphorbia fans. It's just about the only thing in the yard that hasn't wilted from the extreme heat of the past few days, and I NEVER water it!
Here is another plant with dainty white blossoms that can take the heat. What is it?
Out-of-control oregano! I'm transferring this out of the raised bed and into a real flower bed soon, along with my other perennial herbs.
Unrelated Note #3: Impressive fruit harvest, huh? I'm not sure of the strawberry variety, but the blueberries are Climax. Both types of berries are the earliest of the three varieties of each that we have.
Unrelated Note #4: Scott commented the other day about how everything grows so tall in our yard. We live on a hill, so I'm not sure why everything is reaching for the sun like that! This black-eyed susan is literally four feet tall. I love how visible that makes it from the street!