Also planted, two white baptisia, and moved one Mt. Everest white allium to join the purple Globemaster -- they both looked lonely. I'm pretty sure I planted more than one of each, but only one came up -- maybe I didn't plant more. Must make a note to add -- they're finishing now, but still structurally interesting!
Next, move a few columbines and a culver's root that is crowding the peony -- in general, several of my plants are too close together, because I did not sufficiently take mature size into consideration. Oops. I am impatient -- I want lush fullness now, not three years after planting. But my garden is teaching me patience, bit by bit.
Once I get all that moved, that I get to plant some rough prairie blazing star and some belated periwinkle (bought it weeks ago but haven't managed to get it in; I am not good about planting ground cover -- it is fiddly work). And then a bit of dandelion weeding and clean-up, and the front yard will actually be caught up, whew. Next week for the back!