I also check our Ox-eye Daisies for the distinctive little Bucculatrix nigricomella, which scurries around on the leaves and stems in mid to late afternoon. Again, the season for that species has just started. 10 of the 13 Carms records of this species are from our garden, but I suspect it's much overlooked.
The third thing I check for is Micropterix species on Hawthorn flowers, because that is the best way of finding M. tunbergella. Last year I also had the uncommon M. aureatella on Hawthorn here, and there was one today as well (following on from one at Nant y Bai this morning). The silver-banded M. aruncella was the most numerous moth on the Hawthorn flowers, and I also noticed one individual of the Spruce-feeding Tortricid Epinotia tedella. This has been pretty common here because we back on to a mature Spruce plantation, but as the whole lot were clear-felled recently I suspect E. tedella won't be so common here next summer.