Hidden in the wild is the cultivated, even if the cultivated may be of wild origins like the Dwarf Crested Iris.
These hosta look good. Many, many others took a beating from the freezes and are slowly recovering only to be pecked full of holes by a plague of tiny grasshoppers. I wonder where the ubiquitous hosta of a shade garden originally hail from?
The cultivated is in there, encased in Phacelia. Paths wander through it all, but the paths are closing off in the Lush.
It is time to weedwhack a way through it all. The effect is one of instant cultivation. Now what is wild and what is cultivated, what is wanted and what needs to be removed may be harder to determine. A touch of order changes everything.
The wild cultivated garden will get the paths cleared tomorrow for a momentary bit of civilizing.