Not sure at this point how many of the non-geranium plants are gonna come back. Well, the big white daisy-like flowers will, I can see their leaves, and something feathery with wee white flowers, too. But then I worried about it at this point last year and loads grew, so hopefully that's gonna happen again this year. But the campanulas and something labelled as Verbascum had low-level leaves last year and there aren't any this year, so I'm not holding out much hope for them :/ Maybe they only do a couple of years then die? Or maybe I should just wait & they'll spring back to life! I shall have to get J to ask the expert who planted them (his Dad) ;) Along the bit of flowerbed I've not done yet I have seen a few things re-growing (at least one of the mallows and something which had a spike of white flowers last year I don't know the name of, but it's not the verbascum). And the hydrangea which I think is unkillable (it survived not being watered often enough while it shared the bed with the tree-things we had in there before, and survived the move when we had the trees taken out). And some things I know last year came poking through the earth not-quite where the previous growth had been, a bit later in the year than this.
Maybe one day I'll know what I'm doing with this garden? I bet we move at that point ;)