Here are all of the plants in the ground. I got everything in except for the Mountain Laurel, which needs a spot cleared for it, since it gets rather large.
Patio Front, right side. Back right is the nandina. In front of it is a blue hosta, Big Daddy. To the left of the hosta are three variegated monkey grass. A Heuchera is to the back left of those, and in the back is a lime green coleus. There are small lime green moneywort plants and a few violets that I found in the lawn plugged in here and there.
This is too the left of the previous picture, to the right of the stepping stone path. In front are three hosta, variety Patriot. Behind is a large violet found by the house, back center is an old Peony which is recovering being moved three years ago. They hate to be moved and sulk for years before they bloom again. Doesn’t help that I’ve ignored it so long, too.
Front is another blue hosta, behind it is a Japanese Fern, by the Patio is a lime green with darker margins hosta. I really am bad about keeping track of names. I already threw away most of the tags. Honestly I don’t care. If it thrives, I’ll be dividing it eventually and spreading them around. If they die who cares what they were? Back left is a purple with lime edges coleus. In between those is a purple wandering Jew. Lower front is the corner of a clump of iris.
Herb bed is completely planted now except for four more little sedum plants. I still have more room for plants. I want a pineapple sage, since the hummingbirds like it. I need to find one. It will look much better in a month or so once the plants have put on a bit of growth.
ALL of the plantings will look better in a bit. They all look so newly planted, don’t they?