Do you allow annuals to self sow in your garden?
Or do you "Preen?"
Or pull the seedlings?
I do pull quite a few, because when I allow self sowing, I always get WAY more plants than I need.
Despite the inconvenience of this extra "weeding", I let the following beauties go to seed and grow...it's almost like an annual becoming a perennial!
Larkspur and an annual rudbeckia
Somniferum Poppy 'Candy Floss'
Nigella - pretty in pink
The more common blue nigella
Verbena bonariensis - this is a butterfly magnet
It's another nice summer morning and once I finish my cup of tea I'll take little Josey for a walk, and then I'll be heading down the garden paths both to enjoy, and to work...and to look for a lost shoe! Our neighbors visited last night and somehow their little boy lost a CROC! Hope we can find it in this dense "jungle" of plants!