macrophyllum, which is a native "weed" in my garden. Geum coccinium 'Queen of Orange', below, has nice low clumping foliage like 'Cookie' in a former post, and seems to be more floriferous and more double. Cute. Geum 'Mrs. Bradshaw that I started from seed is sending up buds so it shouldn't be too long to be able to enjoy the bright red blooms. I'm also starting 'Lady Stratheden' and 'Blazing Sunset', I hope to get flowers this year but I'll have to wait and see.
I am not usually a fan of ferns, but I find myself intrigued by the Japanese Painted Ferns, and succumbed to Athyrium nipponicum 'Pictum Applecourt'. These ferns are supposed to develope more colors after a year of two of growth. For once I am hoping these ferns will spread around.
Achillea sibirica camtschatica Love Parade. Hopefully it will be as tough as Achillea millefolium but has delightful pink flowers and unusual foliage, and flowers lower, at 2'.
I hope these and your latest acquistions will prove to be delightful.