Here are a few berries on the Cotoneaster hedge. I look forward to the beautiful fall colour the leaves will change to.
Sedum 'Autumn Joy' is starting to open, it's so slow to come up in the spring/summer that you almost forget it's there, the fall is when it really makes itself known. It is shown with a Blue Arrow Juniper, and a My Monet Weigela.
The mountain garlic (Allium senescens) is still blooming well, and the round, purple flowerheads are fun & very long lasting.
I recently added a few Lambs Ears (Stachys byzantina) I know they can be somewhat invasive, but I really like the contrast of their silver grey foliage and how irresistably soft they are to the touch.
This is the variety 'fuzzy wuzzy', as seen in the shade.
In the foreground is Campanula Portenschlagiana 'get mee', I had gone to the grocery store for a few items, and my bellflower radar went off. It was being sold as a houseplant, but I took it home and planted it right away. Behind it (from front to back) are Sweet William, Michaelmas & Painted Daisies.