On Sunday, we went to Hattoys Nursery in Coventry, which is really too far to drive to, considering there are a million other nurseries that are closer. But the kind people that own Hattoy's are master gardeners, or their parents were, or something… for some reason they really like MGs and were having a special discount for us all day long. Curt and I went with intent to spend.
As you can see, Hattoys had the goods. We bought a(nother) small rhody, two more geraniums (we like them because we've turned several of them into perennials that bloom all year long simply by bringing them inside in the fall/winter), some unknown species of annual phlox-like thing, some catnip (look out kitties), some lavender, a begonia, a flat of impatiens, and a big basket of double (rose) impatiens. The photo shows one of the begonias and the lavender.
Finally, here's a link to a poem that Curt wrote (with a pic) about the begonia. I potted it in an iron basket lined with coir and Curt hung it on our wall–no small feat since it's two feet of granite. A little bit of France right here in New England.