Thanks, Mark! I'll head over to the scutellaria post directly. Well, I don't have any satureja (don't even know if it will be hardy) or teucrium at present, but I felt it was about time that was amended!
The only lindelofia I have is Lindelofia anchusoides (can't remember the old name right now). Not a petite rock garden species either, though the flowers are a terrific dark blue colour... which, unfortunately, this photo doesn't capture well. (The only photo I have of it that does show the colour accurately is way out of focus (though the car across the street is in perfect focus :()) Which others are you growing?
I have a sneaking suspicion that Todd donated the Lindelofia longiflora seed to the NARGS seedex - if so, thanks, Todd! After seeing his photo in the photo gallery, I figured it was something I needed to try!
I have only grown Onosma sericea stellulata to date. I did start O. euboica last year from seed (another yellow one), and am interested in seeing if they might bloom this year (taking for granted, as I tend to do, that they will survive the winter, first!) I covet O. alborosea (who wouldn't?) but have not acquired it yet. I'd love to hear which ones you have.
Amongst the pile of seed envelopes shown above (my Pavelka order), are some other Boraginaceae that I hope to be able to germinate (.... and grow... and winter over - I ask a lot, I know ;D):Arnebia densiflora, kansuensisMoltkia aureaOnosma paniculata - blue-violet flowers!!!... and, circling back to "scoots", there is also Scutellaria hypericifolia from the same source, along with many other species that I know nothing about!
Winterfat would probably not be considered overly ornamental by anyone, but I think the white-furred inflorescences are kind of interesting, and worth a try! (It's a plant of the dry prairie badlands east and northeast of here.)