Eryngium "Big Blue" - nice 3' tall sea holly with big blue spiky flowers.
Verbascum Olympicum - gigantor mullein! Although when I got these home the tag was different than the sign had been, so these might be the less impressive but nonetheless pretty Sixteen Candles instead...
Verbascum "Clementine" - how's this for colour??
Japanese kerria - shrub for dry shade!
Wintergreen - lovely creeper with red berries
Geum "Flames of Passion" - bitty plant with lovely red flowers
Blue Corydalis - I read in a garden magazine lately that these are really good for dry shade too.
There was also an itty bitty start of some sort of crazy pink fluffy-tailed thing that gets to be 3'+ tall, but can't remember the name of it for the life of me. Have to check tomorrow I guess.
I am kicking myself a little for not jumping on the golden japanese spikenard or the gigantor pots of delphiniums. Next time I will know better. And if I see the spikenard when I go visit Whitehouse Perennials - because I WILL visit - I'll know not to hesitate!
We also stopped into Canadian Tire, where I snapped up
Bergenias - from the shopping list!
Pink cleome, since I got all of two itty bitty seedlings to germinate