The pinky-green flower of the Aquilegia Nora Barlow. Common names for this garden plant are the columbine and Granny’s Bonnet.
The starburst petals of Geranium x oxonianum Thurstonianum are unusual and quite discreet amongst mounds of green foliage but are pretty nonetheless.
This is a close up of the hardy Geranium cinereum ballerina, a lovely low growing alpine type of cranesbill that grows well in my garden.
Taken earlier this year, this is Astrantia minor, one of my favourite astrantias, and probably not as well known as Astrantia major and its variations.