Pride of Barbados and Tecoma stans
Omitted are some biennials, bulbs, shrubs and vines left for another time. Included is caryopteris. I successfully rooted some caryopteris once from Miss Billie's plants. They drowned when we had a flooding rain, before I figured out about the low spots in the upper garden. A cutting makes a great hanging basket, too.
I also placed geranium and pelargoniums near one another, so you can decide whether you grow true geraniums or pelargoniums that we in the South call geraniums. There's a common shrubby plant grown in the South that some call 'Porch Geranium' -- do you know what it is?
Please don't forget to tick off your perennials in the new Poll .