A new plant this year - Lysimachia Clethroides - which is flowering.
They are small individually, but make a statement together.
White hydrangeas stay white no matter what soil they are in, and this one is right at the end of the garden, in front of the black fence (which needs repainting...). This one is Endless Summer White, again pruned wrongly, so only two flowers this year. Note to self: write down the correct pruning for the macrophylla varieties to remember what to do.
This is a lovely white rose called Winchester Cathedral, with one pink rose on it - not sure how that has happened. I have removed the pink rose, but took this photo prior to doing that.
The crocosmia will be in flower shortly so will inject some orange into all the pastels. More plants have been purchased in the last couple of weeks so no doubt they will be featuring.