In the shadier areas, these two perennials are blooming for late June: Jacob's ladder and yellow archangel. They both get a little morning sun, but otherwise live in shade. Both have average soil moisture requirements and honestly, I rarely water the yellow archangel. It survives pretty much on rain alone. The white spotted leaves are quite attractive. It apparently can be invasive, but it certainly is not invasive in our climate. The Jacob's ladder can quickly make many new plants by dropping seeds, but this can be avoided if you cut the flowers off when they are done.
|Jacob's Ladder (Polemonium caeruleum)|
|Yellow archangel (Lamiastrum galeobdolon)|