Of course we also have other perennials, grasses, shrubs and trees in the garden, not only Hostas. The flowers I prefer hardy perennials. Except for Hostas I am very "prone to sale" for daylilies, Peonies, Heucheras, hydrangeas, Sempervivum and a few others (11 different Miscanthus varieties).
Hydrangea “Endless Summer”
Epimedium
Epimedium
Pfingstrose
Peonie “Festiva Maxima”
Calycanthus floridus
Heuchera
Heuchera “Ginger Ale”
Hauswurz
Sempervivum - Even sowing
Iris
Iris “Thornbird”
Tree peonie
Tree peonie “Kokamon”
Montbretie
Montbretie
Aquilegia
Aquilegia “Nora Barlow”
Malus Tiarella
Malus
Tiarella “Pink Skyrocket”
Tulip
Armoracia rusticana 'Variegata'
Tulips I have of course
Tulpe back next Tulpe Tulpe Daylily Daylily Daylily Helleborus filled
Daylily
Daylily
Daylily
Helleborus filled
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Perennials

Clematis Marjorie Digitalis Heuchera Electra
Clematis “Marjorie”
Heuchera “Electra”
Digitalis
Peonie Choral Charme Hypericum perforatum Hepatica
Hepatica
Hypericum perforatum
Peonie Choral Charme
wintergreen magnolia Chamaecytisus purpureus Viburnum Watanabe
Viburnum Watanabe
Chamaecytisus purpureus
wintergreen magnolia (I have brought me from England)
Heuchera Snow Storm Aubrieta hollyhocks
hollyhocks
Aubrieta
Heuchera Snow Storm
Hydrangea Miscanthus Malepartus filled Hepatica
filled Hepatica
Miscanthus “Malepartus”
Hydrangea
Campanula E.H. Frost Asplenum Trichomanes Luzula nivea
Luzula nivea
Asplenum Trichomanes
Campanula E.H. Frost
Anemone Whirlwind Taglilie Pardon me Rhododendron
Rhododendron
Daylily “Pardon me”
Anemone “Whirlwind”