We are just starting my favourite time of year for this garden area. Hooray! Peonies and blue salvia will be added to the list of blooms soon. There are a few holes as I've moved a couple of things, the new shrubs at the back will take a while to fill in, and I haven't got around to poking in any annuals yet this year (I usually have cosmos in the top right corner to provide some colour up there.)
The white stuff on the left is a white version of hesperis matronalis, the purple version of which is a weed. The white is only slightly better behaved, so I make sure to deadhead it as soon as it's finished. It smells heavenly though, so I can't bring myself to get rid of it.
Also blooming is saponaria (soapwort), meadow rue, and Therese Bugnet roses at the top, so there is lots to choose from if you are looking for a perennial to add some more colour to an area of your garden at this time of year. Click here and scroll down to see this garden at other times.