It's photos like this that remind me why I'm so enamoured with the rose family. Rowans, serviceberries (amelanchiers), and chokeberries just have a special magic to them. [From original pin: "Aronia arbutifolia ‘Brilliantissima’ (red chokeberry)]
"June" hosta (2001 Hosta of the Year by the American Hosta Grower's Association) bears thick golden-yellow foliage with streaky blue-green edges. It also offers a bit of sun tolerance. In fact, with a couple of hours of morning sun, 'June' displays brighter gold leaf centers -
Smithsonian Heirloom Garden. Violet flower Petunia integrifolia (1831 in England) Petunia hybrids today are descended from this beautiful violet petunia and from co-parent Petunia axillaris which is also an old-fashion garden favorite. Petunia integrifolia is native of Argentina.