Any columbine (was Aquilegia vulgaris ‘William Guiness’ (‘Magpie’) A recent introduction with striking flowers in bicolour white and deep purple (near black). The flowers are of traditional nodding A. vulgaris form with well flared petals and curve-tipped spurs. Would look good in a mixed cottagey border Best in light shade. 90cm HARMFUL IF EATEN
Tulipa 'Ollioules' a rose pink and white Darwin Hybrid tulip. No I have no idea how to pronounce the name, but this patch comes back bigger and stronger every year for me in full sun (the Darwin Hybrids are known for perrenializing well).
Triumph Tulip 'Paul Scherer'
Allium roseum - flowers in May 0.6m h, will slowly spread to form clumps which can be lifted and divided