Fern-Leaf Bleeding Heart is still blooming! It must enjoy the heat, as long as it's kept hydrated.
As I've mentioned in previous posts, I've barely watered the Cotoneater and it looks great. It's starting to set fruit, which will turn red later in the season.
I don't know what's prettier on the Cosmos plants—the flowers or the wiry, delicate foliage.
These Mums looked horrible a few days ago, but with water they perked right up.
Lamiums are tough. They simply need a light watering from time to time.
Sedum, a succulent, can withstand a bit of drought. But it sure looks lovely with drops of moisture dotting its foliage.
The foliage of Solomon's Seal overlapping a stubbornly surviving Fern creates a pleasant contrast of textures.
And one of my favorite foliage examples—the Lupine. Its flowers are long-gone, but it still continues to please with water drops collecting strategically on its face.