This garden features either edible plants or ones that attract hummingbirds and/or butterflies (but I thought the name "hummingbird butterfly potager" was too long). On the annual side the red poppies, orange and yellow calendula, dill and nasturtiums are blooming away, although the poppies are petering out. There are also red lilies, raspberry monarda (bee balm), a yellow-leaved agastache foeniculum (hyssop), purple daylily, and purple and magenta clematises (clemati?) in bloom right now. We can barely keep up with the 'Bright Lights' swiss chard so I'll be freezing some soon.
I'm happy to report the two columnar crabapples I planted last spring are now taller than the fence and seem happy and healthy. They must be OK with the amount of sun they get even though they're on the north side of the fence.
Here's the butterfly potager at other times of the year: