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That's what it is called! Campanula Ringsabell Mulberry Rose

Seed saving idea. I need to save this year. (and then remember where they are next year.)

Bunchberry--full shade; 6" tall, white flowers spring & red berries fall; full shade

Phlox ~ full sun or part shade, moist, well-drained soil, and fragrant blooms which attract bees and butterflies.

Monkshood (Aconitum) blooms in late summer, when most other shade bloomers have finished. This lovely flower is an easy, under-used plant. It grows best in Zones 3-7 and grows up to 6 feet tall. Top Picks: 'Bressingham Spire' offers violet-blue flowers on 3-foot-tall plants; 'Stainless Steel' offers steel-blue flowers on 4-foot-tall plants. Plant it with: Kirengeshoma, a beautiful, but under-used perennial with bold foliage and yellow flowers in late summer.

Forget-me-not forms a delicate-looking cloud of color in early spring, especially if grown at water's edge:

Chives- Easy to grow and adds great flavor to every dish. Loving the purple!

Make a long-term investment in your garden with peonies. These gorgeous sun lovers will bloom reliably for decades, getting bigger and better every year. The flowers are also delightfully fragrant, making them an ideal choice for fresh-cut bouquets. Although they vary slightly by variety, most peonies bloom in May and June, but even after they flower, their finely cut foliage provides interest in the flower border.

Make a statement in your garden with purple flowers. Find the best purple flowers for you:

Pink flowers can add a bold or delicate touch to the garden depending on which shades you use: