Astrantia major 'Alba'
Last night I was out walking our cat (yes, it's as ridiculous as it sounds), which of course meant a few opportunities to shoot some more photos of the garden. The overcast weather made for nice photo conditions. Upon looking closer at some Astrantia blossoms, I noticed it looked like some of the blooms were different than others (In the above photo, it's the flower right in the middle).
I suddenly realized these blooms must be setting seed. I have these planted with a few other types of Astrantia ('Roma', 'Abbey Road', and an unnamed variety I got at the HPSO sale this spring), and Astrantias are known to be a bit "promiscuous", inter-breeding freely. Who knows if they will actually be viable, or if they even germinate, but I'm rather excited thinking about what may result. I will definitely be keeping a close eye on the area for little seedlings next year!