I didn't think to make pics for first views. This Gulf Muhly photo is something I wanted to look at again -- need a longer line of grasses. Cymbopogon in the far bed just visible at right is all dry and brown since the recent freeze.
Among my plans are more of the grasses I already grow: divide Vetiver and spread it around, relocate Lemon Grass and think about increasing Gulf Muhly.
I still think of grasses as weedy. To please me they must look intentional rather than random the way they grow with wildflowers in my native meadows.
I'm finding poppy seedlings in the lawn. I went out and scooped up some and put them in the edges of beds where they won't be cut down by the mower. We have lots of green -- chickweed, bittercress, red sorrel and the like.
Once in a while among the weedy green there are poppies, corydalis and larkspur. Daffodils are showing up buds. I cut back the dead Lantana foliage so the Daffodils can be seen. Lantana either comes back from roots or it doesn't.
If it doesn't show up, I'll buy a nice Lantana and root cuttings, come Spring.