The Shasta Daisies went between a big clump of delphinium and the fence. Then on each side, I placed the Rose Campions with the Red valerian in front. They should make a pretty contrast of color with all their purples and pinks against those big white daisies with such deep yellow centers. I like that they all make nice cutting flowers too. Last year carrots and beets grew there, but with twice the garden space for 2010, I can still grow plenty of carrots - and have lots of room for flowers.
After I had finished transplanting all my new periennials, I took the time to wonder over to my new garden spot. A portion of my new space was not fenced and the City had said they would survey it and place stakes around to mark the boundaries. I was curious to see if they had gotten that done yet. Sure enough, they had. They not only had marked the boundaries on the end that was not fenced, but they also placed stakes about eight inches outside of the entire length of the existing fence. Looks like my new garden is supposed to be a bit bigger than its current fenced area. I guess it's a good thing that I already had plans to redo that fence.