4 different carpet roses. 3 different climbing roses. 2 beautiful, fragrant, shrub roses (BOLERO and LADY EMMA HAMILTON). CAREFREE WONDER rose, and some NOID small pink flowered roses.
Many irises, mostly TBs, but also a few I. japonica
or hybrids, and some PCIs, and a few seedlings. (The database says 211 TBs but that can't be right!
I'm definitely downsizing this year.)
Many daylilies, including seedlings. (127 daylilies? Probably over 80 seedlings.)
A mishmash of other things, including agapanthus, pelargoniums, true geraniums, Drakensberg daisies (4 different ones), a few heucheras, a few surviving hostas, white, lavender, and variegated society garlics, candytuft (my brain is refusing to spit out the scientific name... Iberis
?), a few ornamental grasses, Lavandula stoechas
and seedlings thereof, rosemary, a few azaleas, one surviving Echinacea
, some NOID Shasta daisies, a penstemon, some lantana (yellow, lavender, white), self-sowing hellebores, euphorbias, Santa Barbara daisy, Euryops
, various hedge shrubs, at least 3 different salvias, at least 4 surviving daffodil cultivars, and a few stubborn surviving odds and ends such as Asteriscus
(I see that it is time to update my plant list.
Of course who knows what will be left if this drought continues and watering is drastically restricted.