Some photos to show what is looking good in the garden this month

A delicate looking, sky-blue harebell or Campanula rotundifolia
A lovely combination of Rosa ‘Bonica’ and Clematis viticella ‘Purpurea Plena Elegans’
A touch of black and white from Sambucus nigra ‘Black Lace’ and Tanacetum parthenium, feverfew
A pretty head of flowers on Phlox paniculata ‘Franz Schubert’
A beautiful soft yellow from Oenothera biennis or evening primrose
Tiny pink, fluffy-looking flowers on Filipendula rubra
Seed pods from Lunaria annua ‘Chedglow’ add a touch of purple to the border
Beautiful, soft pink chicory flowers, Cichorium intybus f Roseum
Spires of Veronicastrum virgatum ‘Lavendertum’
Dark and intricate veining on a Geranium bloom
Lysimachia clethroides – gooseneck loosestrife, I wonder why!
Geranium ‘Dragon Heart’ has black eyes and bright magenta petals
Upright spikes of small pretty pink flowers on Francoa sonchifolia
Cooling pastel shades of blue and pink from brown leaved Geranium ‘Elizabeth Ann’ and Geranium pratense
Flat heads of peachy blooms on Lychnis chalcedonica ‘Dusky Pink’
A peach Hemerocallis bloom has its day in the sun
Daisy-like blooms on Erigeron ‘Quakeress’
Hirsute blue blooms of the nettle-leaved bellflower, Campanula Trachelium
Potentilla recta Sulphurea looking very pretty with a Hylotelephium
Gillenia trifoliata, a great plant for a shady spot
Campanula lactiflora ‘Lodden Anna’ with soft-lilac blooms
Dark and hooded flowers of monkshood Aconitum
Trachelium caeruleum ‘Black Knight’, heads of tiny purple flower and dark foliage
The free flowering Clematis viticella ‘Blue Angel’
Pure white petals on Malva moschata
A Hemerocallis ‘Bella Lugosi’ bloom, purple with a lime-green throat