The rain finally stopped today after what seemed like 7 days straight. The plants loved it; this gardener...not so much. Above is penstemon rupicola 'Pink Holly', a tiny evergreen shrub.
It seems to love its raised position in a full-sun, sharp drainage trough.
Genista sp 'Boz Dag', with its yellow pea flowers. It's just a baby and should fill out more over the years.
Daphne x 'Leila Hanes' (front) and pusatilla pratensis 'Bohemica' (back). The daphne is a showy sprawler while the pasqueflower is quite shy and downward facing.
Calycanthus floridus seems happy enough in a big hypertufa planter. I'm sure it would be happier in the ground, where it could sucker and reach its true 12' x 10' potential, but I just don't have room for it. I love smelling its pineapple scent as I come down the stairs.