I forgot that I even sent the picture. Yes, some plants are doing a lot better than others. The Spanish moss is gone it jumped into almost every square. So I pulled it out and will replace it with another ground cover. The Mazus reptans has been the best all year. It greened up quickly in the spring, bloomed and after I clipped off all the dead flowers and trimmed the foliage that was leaving its assigned area it has preformed perfectly, I'm surprised because I read about how invasive it is but a little care keeps it within bounds. The Corsican mint greened up a bit late but has filled in and the fragrance is heavenly. The miniature Lysimachia japonica 'Minutissima' is growing slower than I thought it would but seems to be OK. The Phlox flowers are too tall so I'm going to use a different low growing Phlox in the fall. The Veronica 'Whitewater' is not doing well in this part of my garden, where it is growing in full sun, hot conditions it is much happier. Acaena microphylla is bouncing back after being attacked by the Spanish moss. Of course the Thymes are perfect. I'm sending along a picture.