In my flower beds, the yarrow (Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis) is putting on an eye-catching show.
Blackfoot daisies (Melampodium leucanthum) continue blooming.
The little darlings above have the most wonderful lemon smell when crushed underfoot; and I have just this minute figured out what they are: annual pennyroyal (Hedeoma acinoides). They are native only to Texas, on limestone.
That's about it from the hill. Be sure to visit May Dreams Gardens to see what's blooming all over the place!