I planted lots of things in my garden and fostered others to attract birds and feed bees.
This thing with the yellow flowers, I planted years ago. I think the seed packet said Korean Dill which certainly tracks with the leaves, but I can't find new seeds for it. It was open-pollinated and not only survived but self-sowed.
I planted it for the lacewings because they destroy harmful insects. But this month the bees are all over it and that is a Good Thing.
This is chicory. I planted it from open-pollinated seed some years after the dill.
This is something you probably have never seen because you prune your euonymus in summer instead of at the end of winter like you should. The little four-petal yellow-green things are the flowers.
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