I also overwintered some Begonia's I bought 2 years ago. They were quite were quite expensive tubers so I did my best not to lose them. This is the earlier flowering one this year.
I think that I may buy some more tubers next year
Then of course, there are the Pelargoniums. Incredibly useful plants, flowering all summer long. They start at the end of May and just keep going. Again, cuttings overwintered in my conservatory.
Although the work in the garden is less intense now, there are still jobs to be done. Mainly it is cutting back all the shrubs eg. Ceanothus and earlier flowering hardy perennials such as hardy Geraniums and Peonies which are over now.
Photos of the week are the Nasturtiums which are doing brilliantly, they are so bright and colourful and they quite quick to flower. My only very very slight quibble with them is that the height sizes do fluctuate. I bought Nasturium Milkmaid and Empress of India, the seed packet says 10" to 12", look at this.
Definitely not 10" to 12", but stunning anyway.
Hope you all have a good gardening week.