I don't see any red out there, but there's orange:
|Coreopsis 'Creme Caramel'|
Speaking of which, let's jump ahead to blue, and away from flowers for the moment:
Mm, blueberry season.
Other daylilies besides Hemerocallis fulva are beginning to bloom, though it'll be another week before they're plentiful. (I note, looking back at previous Bloom Days, that the same was true last year, but in 2012 there were lots of daylilies in mid-June. (No post in June 2013.)) Anyway, here's one (I don't have the name; think I grew it from seed in a mix):
More yellow in St. John's Wort:
And in the low-growing sedums in this shot of the front bed:
Accompanied by blue brodiaea (or perhaps triteleia), some thyme in the back of the tall sedum, and a pink annual dianthus.
Let's abandon the rainbow and move on into the whites:
|An early-blooming hosta|
|And clary sage, edging over into pink|
|Spiraea japonica, having survived yet another transplant|
Finally, the purple-blues (no one ever agrees on those colors):