Title says it all really. This bed has, from right to left, the rose Gentle Hermione; lots of siberian irises - I can never remember which are blue and which yellow; a peony (pink); a philadelphus (which isn't happy, and who can blame it, although in fairness I don't think it likes our clay much either); lots of aquilegias; a poorly broom; 4 cranesbills dotted around (which I love); golden marjoram; and another peony. Across the back are hedge plants, hazel, hornbeam, alder, and so on. The apparent gap in the fence on the left actually has new hornbeam plants in, all in bud thank goodness.
I only planted at most a quarter as many bulbs as this, and there are a couple more plants I don't recognise yet.
Uninvited guests include but are not limited to ivy, brambles, bindweed, creeping buttercup and grass.