Oh lord. In addition to that free perennial, Richmond Nurseries also had a "buy two, get one free" deal on both shrubs and perennials. That's way beyond my power to resist. Well, I saved $30 or $40, didn't I?? I suppose I had to get one more round of binge buying in before the season ends anyway...
Corkscrew hazel. I'm thinking maybe this can replace the prairie joy rose on the east side when I move it; the nursery staff seemed to think it would do OK with those light levels, as long as it gets enough water. With my kickass Lee Valley system in place I don't think that'll be an issue.
Dwarf burning bush. STUNNING fall colour. Not totally sure where this one's going to live yet, but it's supposed to be pretty adaptable, so I'm sure I can find somewhere to put it.
Cranberry cotoneaster. Loved the shape and texture of this one, to say nothing of the reddish fall foliage and bright berries. I'm thinking this can go in front of the wall, since it's fairly low-growing.
"Queen Charlotte" anemone. This jumped out at me, since my mother-in-law recently planted one and I was very taken with it.
Saxifrage. Isn't it cute?? I believe mine blooms red. Maybe I'll take my cue from this image and stick it in some wall crevices.
Orange oriental poppy, in case the ones to be transplanted don't survive. I can always use more of these.
Dwarf balloon flower. Another cutie, purchase of which was inspired by my mother-in-law.
Oh, and I got a big mossy hanging planter to house the giant spider plant my mom brought me from Chesterville.
DOOM. Good thing there's only a 30% chance of rain tomorrow, maybe I will actually manage to get everything planted...