My botanical expert friends will know the botanical names for many of these plants, but I will call this an Iris cristata and hope I'm right.
Lots more epimediums.
An arisaema emerging from the ground. Around the garden there were lots of these Cobra lilies, or Jack-in-the pulpits, in bloom.
Deep, dark red, almost black trillium.
The naturalized pond.
Lovely little Canadian dogwood.
Orchids and black trillium.
Arisaema in bloom.
See why they are called cobra lilies.
Yellow trillium, fancy Solomon seal, and blue corydalis.
A stand of giant Himalayan lilies. They take seven years to bloom, reaching 12 to 15 feet tall.
Blue poppy, Meconopsis betonicifolia, the Himalayan blue poppy.
Giant skunk cabbage, a hybred variety.
A fancy purple fairy bells, Disporum something. Common ones are yellow.
And back to where we started.
Wow! What a garden!
We looked over the plant sale and resisted most offerings. We did come home with a climbing Aconitum. If it grows as advertised, it will far outgrow my new little trellis, but then next year I can put it on a fence. We'll see. Gardening is an unpredictable adventure.