I read this morning two different cold fronts are moving in today. Some drizzle was predicted but the day has been sunny with a big, blue sky full of white puffy clouds, and it is a bit breezy on this 65°F. afternoon. There is a frost warning for tonight and by Saturday we are advised temperatures could drop down near freezing for the first time this fall.
It seems a good time to record the blooms in the garden.
√ A spider appears to have captured an insect on the Tradescantia.
Waning: Helianthus angustifolius (Swamp Sunflower), Rudbeckia fulgida (Orange Coneflower), Lantana camara (Common lantana), Zinnia
Light Rebloom: Lavender, Thymus serpyllum ‘Pink Chintz’
Blooming: Dianthus, Alyssum ‘Easter Bonnet Violet’, Salvia splendens (Scarlet Sage) – Red Salvia, one of the bearded Iris varieties, Verbena bonariensis (Tall Verbena)
Just beginning: Chrysanthemum
Oddity: one Leucanthemum x superbum (Shasta Daisy)