These sunflowers met their demise during a wind storm on July 13th. The same wind that took out every single dill plant in my garden. Blew them flat to the ground.
I think this was a tomato plant that got lost behind the rabbit cage and forgotten.
I should have taken photos of the PILES of nasturtiums I pulled out by their roots this month. They had practically taken over the garden, providing hiding places for multitudes of earwigs and sow bugs, and taking up valuable real estate that could be used for growing stuff we'll actually eat. Or the marigolds I slaughtered because they grew to 4' in height, rather than the 2' it said on the seed packet.
We eat, therefor we garden.