I took a while to get around to downloading these off of my HP camera that I use for close-up shots. First photo shows the frilly blossoms on our Dwarf Victor Crape Myrtle (Lagerstroemia Indica) planted in 2002.
The next photo is obviously of a daylily, but I believe that I mislabeled the photo. I don't recall what kind it is. I believe it was originally planted in 2010 or 2012, but it was moved to its current position earlier this year.
The next photo is a volunteer rose moss. My paternal grandmother grew some in a little patch near the house on her farm and I always loved them. I originally cast the seed several years ago and it has reseeded itself each year. The yellow seems to be hardier than the other colors as the other colors are not to be found, these days.
I started this post with crape myrtle photo and I'll end with a shot of the same bush from whence came the close-up, above, showing the non-dwarf crape myrtles behind it. The dwarf, from a nursery, was planted in 2002. The non-dwarf were on sale at a big box store at the end of the (selling) season that year or perhaps in 2003. I thought that both of the non-dwarfs were pinkish red; but, one of them was 1/2 white and 1/2 pinkish red. I'm pruning out the pinkish red canes to encourage the white, for contrast. One branch of the pinkish red layered itself, so there is a small bush (not visible, but behind the white) that I'm saving for Wonderful Granddaughter and Rachie, if they want it. If they don't, perhaps Jason and Tonya will wish to add it to the crape myrtles that they planted along their property line in the deep back