That's a tall one, Amber! I like your curly plant support - what is it supporting?
Here's a dwarf Veronica whichI really like.
and a little evergreen shrub - Prostanthera cuneata.
The first flower on a large-flowered Geranium - 'Dragon Heart'
Yummy pics Geranium....love the little "mint bush"......the curly support is supporting the verbascum at the moment! ...it is supposed to have a clematis climbing up it, but it has given up on me ...so I've popped a couple of sweetpea plants in instead
One thing I will say for them though, is if they send the right plant in the first place (which isn't always certain) however small they are they always seem to grown really well. The Clems I got a couple of years ago arrived in pots about the size of a thimble i221.photobucket.com/albums/dd161/GWDAdmin1/Smilies/Default/grin.gif , but they've turned into lovely plants that have established really well.
The same thing with the Buzz Buddleias, I've only had them a week and they're romping away.
Great colour combination in the bottom pic Geranium.
One of T&M's little mistakes, I think we identified it last year as Brookside, I think it's lovely & goes well with the Sysirinchiams that I got when MIL moved.
A mingle of Roses, Buff Beauty, Grace & Teasing Georgia
I did get some flowers last year on my Anthiriniums but they're much better in their second year and are one of the few things coping with the gale force winds & lack of rain in the front garden, strange as they are quite tall.