This is Tulip "Ronaldo", one of the three types in that "Perfect for Pots" collection from Sarah Raven.
As it has matured the colour has become darker. It is now a really deep shade of purple.
I was determined to get a photo of the inside of this flower, even though the breeze made it difficult. I used a tripod for the camera, and held the stem of the Tulip with one hand while I clicked the shutter with the other!
Did you spot the aphid?
This is Geum "Mrs Bradshaw":
I had never had a Geum before, so I wasn't really sure what to expect. Its stems have grown really tall, and it looks as if each one is going to have several blooms on it.
This is an Aquilegia, grown from seeds given to me by blogging friend David Ford.
This is Libertia. Not so many flowers this year, for some reason, but individually nice nonetheless.