Briar Patch in Berwick, the golden flowers of 'Canary Feathers' corydalis tempted me, as did 'Peppermint Ice' double hellebore, shown in the first photo. One can never have too many corydalises. Or hellebores.
Ouest-ville Perennials, but I have the same one and it will be blooming soon. This yellow rhodo was bred by our friend, the late and much beloved Captain Dick Steele of Bayport Plant Farm, and named after his wife.
Bunchberry Nurseries, I got a very handsome specimen. Jill has her website back up and running, and is doing a wonderful Plant of the Week post featuring a different specimen each week to whet our appetites.
I keep telling everyone that because I'm so busy, it's okay with me that it's raining as I'm not home or have no time when I'm home to do anything in the garden. However, I keep bringing home more plants, and the greenhouse is now full, so although I'm looking forward to the visits I'm making this week, including one at Den Haan's Nursery in Middleton on Saturday from 10am-1 pm, I will be glad to be able to get in the garden and do some weeding, planting, and regrounding myself. Plus, to be honest, I'm worried about our farmers, nursery owners, and others whose living is weather dependent. So I hope the weather breaks soon!