These classic flowers with their mix of colors say Summer Garden to me. Lilium henryi, or Henry’s lily, originally a Chinese wildflower, has bloomed dependably for me for many years with little attention other than my appreciation and I do give it lots of that. The perfectly-named, pompon dahlia is ‘Little Beeswings’ from 1909, and the rose is ‘Abraham Darby’. Gladiola ‘Peter Pears’, another heirloom, completes the warm, fruity colors. Two different hydrangeas (the paler is named ‘Endless Summer’) cool things down just a bit.