Sagina subilata - Irish moss
Sedum spurium - fireglow sedum "Fuldaglut"
Sedum hispanicium - "Purple Form"
Geranium cinereum - "Purple Pillow"
Iris sibirica - "Pink Haze"
and last, but definitely not least...
Lavandula augustifolia - "Lavance Purple"
Can you tell I like purples? That iris is not pink, it's purple. I was going to show a picture of its wonderful bloom, but it was spent by this morning. There is another on the way though!
The lavender is tagged as northern grown and zone 4. We will see. I bought two so that I could try out a couple of different sites. Wish me luck -- and give me any advice you may have on them!
The geranium is similar to Ballerina, but the flowers are a rich reddish-purple.
The Irish moss is for my husband. He loves moss and it was on his wishlist.
Another one on his wishlist was that tiny leafed sedum, Purple Form. The university has it all over their native garden (mostly natives, some non-native) as ground cover and we love it.
The other sedum is just so perky! I love its form and color combo. I can't wait for this to multiply so I can spread it everywhere!