September is a beautiful month in the garden.
Pollinators are busy in the Allium tuberosum (aka Chinese or garlic chives) which are flowering everywhere after a spring redistribution throughout the back garden.
Disciplining some rather robustly dominant Tithonia (aka Mexican Sunflowers), I discover more Tulbaghia constellations.
I am so glad I decided to take out a significant portion of the Tithonia before they smothered these little beauties.
I do hope they continue to thrive, though I did also find that the skunk has wrecked havoc with another small patch which I tucked away in this bed in spring. It’s my first year of growing Tulbaghia. I’m kinda protective.
The ever present feline watching game persists.
Cats don’t mind if I allow the edges to grow a little wild and unkempt.