Nasturtiums. Nasturtiums are loved for their rich, saturated jewel-toned colors. They are fast and easy to grow and, in fact, do best with a little neglect. There are varieties for almost every gardening purpose: bushy plants for borders and edges, trailing plants for walls and containers and climbers to add dramatic height in a garden. The leaves and flowers are edible, with a peppery tang, and even the seed pods are used as a substitute for capers.
Bloomerang® Purple reblooming lilac is the perfect match for Radiant Orchid - and since it blooms in spring and in fall, you can enjoy its color and fragrance for months instead of weeks. http://emfl.us/HRGd
More peonies ... jeez, aren't they beautiful? I've never grown them, but looking at my Sunset Western Garden, seems I can, and so can most of us. Who would have thought! Says to plant in the fall, so think ahead.
Peaches 'N' Dreams Hollyhock...Rich, ruffled blooms measure 4-5" across. Large peach flowers reveal hints of raspberry pink and soft yellow. Grow next to a sunny wall or create the perfect backdrop for a classic cottage garden.