The fall color in my garden this week isn’t from autumnal leaves on trees, it’s from a nice 1.5 inch rain last week and a few days and nights of cooler temperatures.
These zinnias have a whole fresh set of flowers.
All the perennials shrubs and wildflowers are flush with blooms. Not just fall colors – all colors.
The firecracker gomphrena I planted just a month ago is spreading and has made the transplant with flying colors.
I guess the change of seasons is making them happy and giving them some relief.
These wildflowers just popped up in my cutting garden. They reseeded from somewhere into a mass clump of perky yellow blooms.
The lackluster purple hyacinth bean vine, which has struggled all summer long – is finally showing off.
The change of seasons makes me happy, too.