Stokes's aster, happily flowering after its recent transplantation.
Daylilies are blooming now. This is actually one of the orange ditch lilies; not sure what happened to the color. But it all works together in that quadrant, the orange of the daylilies and the coreopsis, the purple-blue of the asters (and sage, though that's done now) and the blueberries. I planted my hardy Opuntia cactus out in that bed too; we'll see how it does.
I still like the way the purple ninebark blooms age into seed.
Lilies! Yellow daylilies and purple and magenta spiderwort in the background.
Lily, in detail.
And the lettuce in the salad table. Between that and the community garden plot, I have so much lettuce it's not even funny. Need to deal with it all before it bolts, so it's probably time for lettuce soup or something. I'll write that up at GIEI if I make it.