I have planted more at various times over the decades--each year a slightly different look!
Here is my latest effort: this is a selection of the wild form collected originally from plants in the wild in New Mexico: I purchased this as two small plants a few years ago from Agua Fria nursery in Santa Fe. They also sold an albino flowered form of the same species--which I didn't get into the ground in time: perhaps I'll get have it again and one day I can see what a white specimen might look like in this spot.... or maybe not!
The only way I could improve on this display would be to invite a falconer to visit with a hooded kestrel! I did have a sparrow hawk visit my garden once--only on the west side of my house (this is to the east...) But one can dream!