Nothing wants to grow here. I am guessing it's lack of sun, since the soil is probably the best in any area of these gardens.
I am going to turn it into a hosta garden by removing pieces of the dozens of hosta I already own. That's the great thing about having a well-established garden. When you get the urge to redesign, you can just go around digging out things you already have. It's very cost effective.
I have to hook two hoses together to water this area. I am willing to do that now and then if I can get something to grow and look decent.
I also cut down spent lily stems & shasta daisies, and dug out a bunch of pink mallow. Just a lot of general tidying up. I think I had about 3 wheelbarrow loads.
I removed stray Black-eyed Susans like these that seeded themselves too close to other plants.
Now I am going to shower, put on my "Green Acres" gown with my Crocs and break open that case of Relax. Then I'm going to grab my camera and go out to the deck to stalk the hummingbirds.