It's plain to see that the Echinacea (pink, bottom right) is in full vigour as well as the daylilies (hemerocallis) toward the middle left. The Shasta Daisies toward the top left are now fading quickly although they still look okay in this faraway shot. However, the Rudbeckia/Coneflowers (yellow behind the pink lilies in the left foreground) are just beginning to show, so they will help compensate for the disappearing daisies.
I have three daylily cultivars, below. In processing, I chose to emphasize their detail and texture and not their softness.