Clockwise from upper left: Dwarf Marigolds, Thyme,
Parsley, Garlic Chives, Oregano and Lemon Grass.
Dwarf, the marigold seeds were labeled Dwarf!
Marigolds and Tomato Vines intertwined.
Marigolds are attractive to Butterflies, who do not know they were supposed to be dwarf and dainty. There were Gulf Fritillaries nectaring when I arrived. They declined to hang around for a photo-op.
Lemon Grass got off to a poor start but has recovered.
Oregano survived but has not gained ground.
Garlic Chives look stunted.
Parsley, a biennial, may look better next spring.
Seed-grown Thyme died. There are 3 remaining pots to plant.
When the weather is cooler I'll get around to making the vintage brick circle more attractive and replant Thyme after pulling the Marigolds leaning over in its spot.