wild flowers wildly grow?
I have wild flowers of one type of black eyed susan, Shasta daisy, coreopsis, etc.... They all tend to be leggy, compared to regular cultivated flower plants. Their stems don't like to grow straight or straight up. They like to collapse sometimes to one side even in an all sunny spot. They don't like to stay compact; they like spreading out in all directions.
Are all these signs the characteristics of wild flower plants? They really just have a wild looking, not as refine looking as the regular flower plants