As for the peppers, they aren't very large, but there's blossoms.
Among the Hosta is this Dwarf Everblooming Bleeding Heart which I adore because it continues to blossom throughout the growing season til fall. Most bleeding hearts are done for by now, as are my white and pink ones.
Another bit of color in Hosta Hill is this Clematis, Multi-blue which comes back year after year and covers the deck. It spirals up the lattice and moves over the planks when in season.
Let's move on to the flower bed outside my kitchen door. It boasts many Monarda this year. Monarda reproduce very easily and spread thru the whole garden if you're not careful. Even with vigorous removal in the spring, those tubers shoot along beneath the soil and pop up throughout the garden area. This one is a raspberry color and the bees will be covering the flowers when they are in bloom. This one above is just showing the very start of the blossom. Soon they will be huge flowers bobbing on tall stems, from about 4-6 feet tall.
I took this walk thru my garden yesterday, before the rains began.