The red end, lots of space to fill. The red-leaved acer (in front of the elder) came with the house and was in the opposite, north-facing border, where it never looked right, so I too a chance and transplanted it. It hasn't leafed up too well, but it looks more "in the right place", and I think it will be OK with some TLC.
Under the greenwood tree, not a lot going on yet. The antirrhinums are all self-seeded, a lot of pinky-red ones in the orange zone, which I'll hoick out when I've collected the seed. But this white one has parked itself just right. I have some Narniaesque tree stumps I'm going to put round the base of the butt.
There are actually quite a lot of blue and purple plants in here but hidden by the fuchsia and geranium. I shall re-locate the geranium once I've rooted plenty of cuttings from it. I'm reluctant to try and move the fuchsia, it's so well established. And the corollas are purple. That stump on the left was a lovely healthy-looking laburnum but my tree man advise me to get rid as the heartwood had rotten and the trunk was hollow. The hole is at least a foot deep, so I filled it with soil and compost and planted ivy and a fern in it. To the right of the stump is a little hebe which I layered from the big one in the back garden. Hidden by the fuchsia there are two clumps of agapanthus and some Erysimum Bowles' mauve.