|Tricyrtis 'Taipei Silk'
|Chocolate Eupatorium (Joe-Pye Weed)
|Chocolate Joe Pye also provides a backdrop for a dark-leaved Cimicifuga/Actaea/whatever they're calling it now.
|Red annual Coreopsis
|A hardy Geranium called 'Confetti' has tiny flowers similar to G. robertianum, but wonderful variegated leaves.
|Sheffield Pink Chrysanthemum, planted in the spring, with a backdrop of Agastache 'Golden Jubilee'
|Salvia patens, started from seed, has enormous bright blue flowers, but may not be hardy here. We'll see.
I have some unknown Dahlias.
|Unknown Dahlia, with the turning foliage of my oak tree
|Dahlia 'Arabian Night'
|Buds on Mahonia 'Charity' mean I will have flowers this winter.
|Red Twig Dogwood
|Arum 'Jack Sprat'
|Acer circinatum 'Pacific Fire'
And the ever-present ground cover in the PNW -- Moss.