There’s nothing quite like a tall hedge of annual plants in full bloom.
A round, oval, square or serpentine bed of totally magnificent stately flowers. All of which are in full bloom and all abuzz with the activity of hungry pollinating insects hopping from blossom to blossom taking their fill of pollen and nectar.
Ours is a short list of favorites: Cleome, Cosmos and the underappreciated tithonia aka mexican sunflower. The heirloom one not the newer stunted hybrids. (Just a personal prefferance.)