Maybe I should call this garden the "Bee Garden" instead, as it is always just buzzing with them! The kids like to catch them in their little jars and give them some flowers, watch them for a while and then let them go.
In this area I've got blue salvia, dianthus and nepeta (catmint) which have been blooming for a while, plus roses and yarrow starting and lots of lilies with big fat buds on them. On the annual side there is borage which self seeds itself around and is always in a slightly different spot each year (I gradually cut them all down and leave only about 3-5 plants because they get so big - but they're pretty and the bees love them), cosmos and snapdragons.
I have started snapdragons from seed the last few years but I have decided that is just a dumb idea. I never start them early enough and they're so slow growing that they haven't started blooming until just the last couple of days. One of the reason I love snapdragons so much is that they're frost tolerant so you can put them out early and they stay late in fall - but there is no advantage to that if they don't bloom until August! Snapdragons from the garden centre from now on.
Here's what this garden looked like last year.