|The chocolate scented climber Akebia quinata|
|Aquilegia vulgaris - just the wild strain|
|Begonia x 'Lucerna' in the shade house|
|One of my growing collection of epimediums. Tiny flowered Epimedium x cantabrigiense|
|The small leaved - and very fragrant - lilac, Syringa microphylla 'Superba'|
|Pieris 'Flaming Silver' - this one rarely flowers with me.|
|Fuchsia magellanica 'Alba'|
|Shrubby, perennial, variegated wallflower, Cheiranthus 'Walburton's Fragrant Star'|
|Common primrose, Primula vulgaris. Seeds in the front garden in shades of yellow, pinky red and white.|
|Spanish bluebell, Endymion hispanicus|
Having said that, does this one count?
The photo was taken last year. This year the Dicentra is nearly finished and Geranium endressii (peeping in from the right) is only just at bud stage. But Polar Bear, our female long haired Jack Russell, is still in full bloom.