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Veronica repens. Creeping Speedwell. Zone 2. Deer and Rabbit resistant. It may take 4 yrs to spread 3 ft.

Lobelia ‘Queen Victoria’ Cardinal Flower USDA Zone: 7-9 Adapting well to 'wet feet', but growing equally well under average conditions. This popular heirloom selection has beautiful beet-red foliage, with contrasting scarlet-orange flowers from midsummer on. Excellent for using as a specimen or massing in the border, containers or tubs. Nice for cutting. Attractive to both butterflies and hummingbirds. Generally not long-lived. Received a Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit…

Saxifraga × arendsii ‘Purple Robe’: Mossy Saxifrage Forms a low cushion of green leaves bearing short stems of upfacing, carmine-red flowers in spring. Requires a cool, moist location. Dislikes drought and hot, humid summer weather. Trim lightly after flowering to remove the flower stems. Adapts well to growing in clay pots or alpine troughs. Evergreen.

Lychnis Coronaria. now I know the name. my mom gave me a few of these and they self seed and spread like wildfire. so pretty with long period of blooms.

Anemone sylvestris--white flowers in April--1.5' h x 1' w--part shade--(I have growing in several parts of garden)

Veronica spicata Blue Carpet This is an excellent compact strain of Spike Speedwell. It forms a low bushy mound or tuft of dark green leaves, bearing short spikes of bright violet-blue flowers in early summer for several weeks. Versatile in the garden, at home as an edging plant, in the rock garden or in tubs and containers. Shear lightly after blooming to encourage fresh foliage and possibly repeat flowering in the autumn. Clumps are easily divided in spring or early fall

Salvia nemorosa ‘New Dimension Blue’ - Dwarf Perennial Sage, zone 3-9, a compact strain, drought tolerant once established, deep blue-purple blooms, 8-10" tall, full sun, dry or moist soil, easy care