I felt the Verbena bonariensis leaves, and yes, they do feel rough. And they're in focus. I found some Heliotrope flowers that were not planted with Lantana, and noticed the fragrance when I crushed a flower in my hands. Gardner Frankie was there, and I remembered to ask the species name - she says it's Heliotropium arborescens. She did not know the species or cultivar names for the Lantana. Here is a plant I have seen around, Prostanthera cuneata, with the tiniest leaves arranged like rose petals. Margot posted a photo of hers in May in the Virtual Garden Tour thread, with a lot more flowers. Anyway, it's the leaves I like. I didn't think to crush them to smell them, didn't remember the common name was mint bush (well, I didn't remember anything about it, had to look it up). I got a little mixed up, leaves like roses - this is really at the Parks Board office. So there I was in the rose garden, and I'm sorry, I have posted this first rose before, but I couldn't help myself, here it is again, a lot more photos of it. Rosa 'About Face'. It's in at least two beds, still looking excellent. I guess as an antidote to the above rose, I was attracted to this near-blue Rosa 'La Petite Prince'. The name is a little annoying to anyone who knows French, and this seems to have the unfortunate trait that the outer petals start to senesce before the rest of the flower opens, so hardly any of the flowers really ever look excellent at their peak bloom. Still, it has some nice subtle colour variations. And it's restful to look at.