The only place for this flower is in the Dahlia bed, anywhere else in the garden, and it would stick out like a sore thumb.
This white Phlox has taken an age to come into flower. This is probably because it grows in dappled shade when it should have full sun. It looks its best in the evening light, when all white flowers come into their own.
This is a rather garish pink Lavatera which in my view is rather gaudy, but when you sow a mixed packet of seeds you can't be sure what colours are going to emerge. I definitely much prefer the white version.
This plant was in the garden when we moved into this house. Twenty-odd years ago it was very small, but year by year has grown into a very large shrub, beautiful with its lantern like flowers dripping from every stem. The only maintenance it needs, is to be cut to the ground every February, for new growth to begin again.