The "ajuga bed" completely died with all of the cold and wet this winter, so I've just replanted it with some ajuga moved from elsewhere. The empty pot in the middle is holding the spot for the creeping fig topiary teddy bear that Carolyn is making for the tour. I've still got to get the real pillow that will go at the headboard.
"The Wild" is where the snakes, chipmunks, birds, and what-have-you can do their own things. It's a big ditch that fills with water if we have crazy rain, so I'm afraid to level it. For the time being, it's an awesome natural compost area! Whenever there is a leyland cypress or something similar cut down, it justifies buying another cool birdhouse!
The succulent bed near the driveway lives on complete neglect. These plants seem to love the oppressive heat and lime that gets generated by the concrete driveway.
The Doublefile Viburnum below is a tree form that I dote on just a little. I'll get a better shot that shows it off in its entirety; I planted it from a 3 gallon a couple of years ago, and now it's about 10 feet tall. For now, it's blooming its guts out and is pretty spectacular.