I was inspired (by GA) to look at the herbs which are growing wild in my yard, mostly after escaping the planted areas, a few are actually wild plants.
Dandelions are impossible to kill or eradicate. My husband spent a lot of time trying to achieve their destruction, then new seeds would blow in from the neighbors. I just hope for bunnies to eat them.
Chives escaped from the whiskey barrel planter on the deck and have moved out into the yard.
Oregano spreads by flinging about it’s seed and has taken up residence in my lawn.
Parsley growing in the steps.
Thistle is obviously wild. As soon as I find my gardening gloves it will be gone.
Anise is an unstoppable plant. I planted a single plant once and it grew to enormous proportions. I pulled it up, but it scattered lots of tiny seeds, so now it continues to flourish. I wish the deer would eat it.
Mint is another unstoppable plant that has taken over the front planter box. It sends out runners and starts growing everywhere, even in the front steps.
At least I now have a use and an appreciation for these plants.