Planting in between the sidewalk and street. Allium giganteum (Allium 'Globemaster'), steppe sage (Salvia memorosa 'Caradonna'), catmint (Nepeta x faassenii 'Walkers Low') and peat reed grass (Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster').
[Wonderful combination of plants. I think I'm looking at foxglove, tall bearded iris, and purple violas. Looks like maybe lamb's ear in the bottom left corner--excellent color foil.] What a great looking garden
Meadow Rue is a perennial that loves to grow in swamp-like areas or along shaded, wooded areas. It is a pretty flower that comes in pastel colors. Another added bonus of Meadow Rue is that it is not prone to disease or pest. The only thing is to make sure that you keep it watered but not soaked as it is known to develop rust.