Was allowed to take a truck load of perennials from a lady in town who wanted to split her flowers. My wife and I planted several plants all over the property and then took the rest to the back where I have a flower patch going for the bees. One of my new pleasant finds is Hyssop, wow! Smells like licorice. So darn great smelling. I am drying some of it to get the seeds for more planting near the bee yard. We strategically placed some near our windows to catch a drift of it next spring/summer. It's hard to be excited about planting half dormant plants but it will pay off big time next spring. I took some lemon balm out to the bee yard because I did not want it invading my front yard. One of my bees was prompt at rushing into the plant the very moment I was within 20 feet of the hives. It did not occur to me until later that they are obviously attracted to lemon scent. I know for sure I am going to have a bunch of butterfly bushes planted next season. I was thrilled at the sight of the pollinator activity on a purple one that lady had in her side yard. There were various butterfly species, bumbles, little bees, honey bees, everything flying around like it was a street market. Love it!! If anyone has had a tough time finding hyssop, I would be willing to send you a few seed heads in an envelope if you want. Just PM me with your address. Here is a picture of the some of the hyssop we planted. It is obviously going down for the count but still smells awesome!