I didn't get a single photo of these in focus, but I think the pictures are clear enough to get an ID. These are near the fence, can't remember if it's the Woodland Garden or the BC Garden. The tubular flowers are small, a little longer than the diameter of the Herb-Robert (Geranium robertianum) in one of the photos. Flower arrangement seems to be a raceme, growing on single-stem plants (?) with square stems. The first photo seems to indicate that they were fairly tall, but I remember them mostly being down at Herb-Robert height. Leaves are as interesting as the flowers, but I can't figure out how to describe them. It makes me think of Apiaceae in structure, except that the flowers are tubular and not in umbels.