I had always assumed this plant, Dichondra, was introduced but apparently it’s not! The taxonomy is confusing but it’s at least probable that this is a native species.
That’s great because it was hard to get rid of haha.
Belly rub plz
Gram is so long but he still loves to sleep on this scratcher box.
Abby was right, this is Monarda fistulosa! It finally bloomed. I put these seeds out either in 2019 or 2020.
Rainbow garden continues to do mediocre on yellow and orange. But the others are fantastic!
I like that this plant hopper has a big spot on its underside.

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      1. I look it up, it is most probably D. carolinensis according to Atlas of Texas plants. The D. recurvata is a Texas endemic and the Atlas shows it only in the Hill Country. Suppose to bloom in April so I guess I have to wait until next year to see a bloom.

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