Except here. I had to leave one blanket flower, Gaillardia pulchella, so I could collect some seed and put them out on the septic field again. At the end of the pathway the way was completely obstructed.
Now all that is left is a Mexican ruellia, Zinnia augustifolia and Coreopsis tinctoria on the corner. All have made themselves at home in the gravel. I have removed several Gomphrena and settled them into their new home in the flower beds.
The mullein knows it stands a good chance of staying if it grows in an unobtrusive place; here along the edge of the wall by the gate. Not for too much longer though. One or two are OK.
Between the square beds a dahlberg daisy, Dyssodia tenuifolia is growing. It serves a useful function just before the drain, where it catches all manner of 'floaters' if we have a heavy rainfall.