Do you have those kind of plants that never want to stay in one place? That seem to wander all over the garden (not invasive, just roamers)?
Are you the sort of gardener that prefers to have plants stay in the original spot, or is it okay with you if things do as they like and go where they like?
Few years ago I would have said that I was the former- liking everything to be just so. But over the years I have gotten lax in trying to keep things in place and let the non-invasive things travel and reseed as they may. Now I truly LIKE how this looks, rather softer and easygoing. Sort of like a naturalistic setting where there are not rows or perfect clumps but scattered patches.
What are some of the most nomadic (but NON invaisive) plants in your garden? For me it is:
Rose Campion (Lychnis coronaria)
Lupine (which is good since they can be short lived anyhow)
White Mallow (Malva moschata)
Salvia pratensis 'Pink Delight'
Columbine (okay, I kind of help spread those around after they go to seed ;-)
Cryptotaenia japonica 'Atropurpurea' (Japanese Parsley)Spiderwort
Peach Leaf Bellflower (Campanula persicifolia)
How bout' you guys?