That's the title of Douglas Justice's July 2020 blog: July 2020 in the Garden - Welcome back! - UBC Botanical Garden. Douglas has lots to say, and good photos too. I got just as over-excited today as Douglas did. It was members day, one day before the official opening. I really planned to just see the three Fagaceae family trees he wrote about, in the Pacific Slope Garden, but I got distracted. I will post those another day. Here is a little colour first - the African section of the Alpine Garden, and the European section. [Edited - see posting #5 for more colour.] Douglas wrote about Dierama species and hybrids. I couldn't get up to any signs today, have no idea which was the species he wrote about and which were they hybrids. The last photo is an unnamed hybrid on the entrance plaza. The Phlomis samia across from the Sanctuary Garden is not quite open yet. But Phlomis russeliana in the Contemporary Garden is nice and colourful. Across from the Phlomis samia, at the Sanctuary Garden, is this very nifty Impatiens tinctoria. I was being ushered out of the garden by then as it closes now at 3:30, so I didn't get a good look at the back of the flowers. Back to the program, here mentioned in the blog are the Inula magnifica, and the Rhododendron cinnabarinum subsp. xanthocodon, showy leaves but long past flowering. Just past these is another Fagaceae family member that I was happy to see again. You'll have to wait for that. I'm so sorry I didn't get a better photo of this Tropaeolum speciosum. Laura Caddy, curator of the Alpine Garden, was nearby. She assured me I was looking at one vine - flowers and fruits. This insists on growing in the Asian section of the Alpine Garden, refuses to grow in the South American section where it belongs.