This paeony has pretty, single fowers, and the colour goes well with the poppy Medallion behind it. I have found an Iris that goes well with them both and I will move it to be next to them, later this year.
If I was a proper artist, I could do an impressionistic painting of this clump of blue and white iris, but since I'm not, a photo will have to do
According to all the seed packets, when you buy Pot Marigolds, you shoudn't let them set seed, because the flowers you get from subsequent generations are less good. So what's wrong with this splash of colour, fourth generation at least?
This Iris, being purple, clashes a bit with its blue neighbours. But it is a good match to the Wisteria, that I would have described as blue. I will have to find a way to bring the two together, though the Wisteria is in gravel, against a wall.
I like perennial poppies too, and I tried to grow some from seed. The first packet I bought, of special pink poppies, from Thompson & Morgan yielded no plants. The second packet yielded this one. A pretty coral pink, and worth the effort, perhaps, but this year I harvested my own poppy seed and, by contrast, got lots of seedlings.
Finally, the cats have got it sussed. Enjoy the garden, with no effort.