Almost anything you do in the garden, for example weeding, is an effort to create some sort of order out of nature's tendency to run wild. There has to be a certain degree of domestication in a garden. The danger is that you can so tame your garden that it becomes a thing. It becomes landscaping. ~ Stanley Kunitz (The Wild Braid)
My garden may be a little too tame, though the plant I allowed to grow and grow and grow has turned out to be a weed after all (to the left of the ditch lilies and right beside the front steps).
The morning glory is just beginning to bloom. Yay! (For all those who are concerned about the invasive nature of morning glories, they do not overwinter in my corner and so are considered annuals not invasive perennials.)
Please join Mary at Little Red House for many more delightful mosaics.