May 22 - I went to a private plant sale that a local gardener was holding at her home on the weekend. She had quite a beautiful garden and was selling some of her perennials that she had divided. At $2 each, I was quite happy to take some home with me.
I have here some foxgloves, some lamina, and some violets. There is also a kind of white-flowered ground cover that she called Edelweiss (it doesn't look anything like the Edelweiss that I've seen before), and some type of Persian coneflower. She just called it 'bachelor's buttons' - hers was blooming and it was a lovely shade of blue.
After looking them up in my books when I got home, I see that the violets, lamina and 'Edelweiss' or what ever it is, should work great with the hostas beside the limestone path.