Here are a couple of different Aquilegia (or Granny's bonnets I think they're called). These are one of my favourite early summer flowers, they flower gracefully above everything else in the border and then produce hundreds of seedlings which are so pretty and delicate I can't bear to dig them out! Each new seedling is a slightly different flower as they tend to cross-pollinate and never look like the originals.
This is one of my very garish Azaleas which really brightens up a dull corner. I love bright colours.
And this is a geranium Johnson's Blue, which has also spread around the garden nicely, another beautiful colour.
And this is my newly-weeded, slug pelleted (sorry but there are hundreds of the things down there eating all my nice veg) vegetable patch. You can see betroot in the foreground, the leaves of which you can eat in salad, so as I'm thinning them out I'm putting them in the salad bowl. Behind the beetroot is some mange-tout, which the snails have had a go at but hopefully I've saved them in time. Over the back is the strawberry patch - yum!