You know you live in a good neighborhood when almost all of the garage sales include plants for less than $2. The homeowner knows exactly how the plant grows, and is often willing to dig up some extra if you need it.
Today I got two types of Lamium for the shady front of the house, some creeping sedum for the dry, sunny spot under the eaves, and a hen-and-chicks just because.
Sam and I also stopped by a little, local greenhouse and bought a Cranesbill geranium for by the front steps and a rosemary plant for our herb garden.
Now if we can keep everything alive during the weekend's late frost, we'll be good.