One that I've always loved and try to find each year is:
It has the yummiest fragrance and little bright red tubular blooms in late Summer or early Fall and attracts hummingbirds like crazy.
I'll keep it in it's little pot for a couple of weeks, and then put it in the ground. It gets up to 3 ft. high and makes a really nice full plant for the garden.
If you'd like more information, this site is very informative. Vegetable Gardner gives ways it can be used, but I just put a sprig in a glass of iced tea for garnish and sit on the deck and enjoy the fragrance.
I'm working on a new look for the secretary in the living room. Here is a little hint:
Hopefully, I'll have it finished in a day or so.
Y'all have a great weekend.