This was labeled 'Spanish lavender.' Situating it on a little slope beside a stone seemed to make it happy.
I was never able to grow lavender through our hot and humid summer until I planted it in sandy soil between two stones. I forgot the name of this one.
Rose Campion spreads itself around the garden:
Bath's Pink Dianthus foliage in the foreground, California poppy foliage, also blue, in the center and foxtail fern, looking chartreuse in the sunlight. California poppy seeds around easily. Dianthus roots easily from small bits, to spread around the garden like marmalade to hang over stone walls.
... and a glimpse of the robins in the oak tree. They sit in the oak, then fly over to the red cedar next to it to eat juniper berries, which are also blue.
Can you see them? There's one very visible in the upper left; the others are in the branches feasting.
They are out there every morning, lined up for the bird bath, then flying straight from tree to tree.