I love Cleome even though it's "only" an annual. In addition to being a mind blowingly stunning plant when planted en masse, the leaves also have a refreshing lemony smell that you can experience from half-way across the garden. There are several varieties from white, through pink and rose, to purple. I prefer it when all plants are the same color but these came from the market as "mixed" and they are rarely available as plants so I caught them as they were.
There are several varieties of Monarda growing in the wild flower gardens. I'm hoping they'll thrive and spread. They've been fighting construction workers and managed to endure so maybe they'll make it.
Most of the Hosta have made it to their "Leap Year" and look really nice. Wait a while!