On to some of the stars...first up is a pic of the blooms on one of my catmint plant--Nepeta 'Walker's Low.'
This plant is a perennial that blooms nearly the entire growing season with pretty purple flowers. It spreads out wide, so give it room. The foliage is a nice dark green with a bit of silver to it.
Next up, a bloom from my chives. The blooms are really nice...and they are actually edible, also. You can put them in salads for visual interest
I also spotted a few blooms from my sage plant. To be honest, I don't think I've ever seen sage bloom before! It's kind of structural with a pinkish tint.
Last, one of my favorites....perennial geranium. The blooms on these plants are just gorgeous and they have a long bloom time during the summer. The color is really saturated and the veining in the blooms is so cool.
Have a great day!