Planted to attract bees, and for the delicate, cucumber-flavored flowers (they’re great in salads.) The plant has naturalized in the east fence border, and pops up in different places every year. It tends to sprawl and flop over into the lawn by summer’s end, but I leave it for the bees.
This planting is in the Backyard border garden .
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