We have three of these Weiglia bushes that are full of pink trumpet shaped flowers. It took a few years for me to train my gardener (aka husband) to prune them right after they're done blooming, like he does the Lilacs, and not to touch them after that. It was worth the wait.
My mother bought this Japanese Painted Fern for me a couple weeks ago and yesterday I finally got around to planting it.
The Morello Cherry Lupine that I planted this spring is doing well. The plant tag says the flowers will be a dramatic cherry red, but it's looking like pink to me.
This Foamflower (Tiarella 'Pirate's Patch') was planted late last summer. It's thriving and even blooming. Each leaf should have a dark center patch resembling a "pirate's patch" but, so far, there is only a tiny hint of that.
When it comes to annuals, I rarely buy a pot of flowers already planted but these Impatiens New Guinea were too pretty to pass up.
House plants are not my specialty but I do have this Croton (Codiaeum 'Petra') and have moved it outside for the summer.