The torch tithonia is blooming in the vegetable garden. It is very popular today. But not as popular as the autumn sedum, which is just getting started.
Over by the pond, the prairie coneflower is finishing up. The wild grapes are just starting to ripen. The late autumn flowers are gearing up. The Maximilian sunflower is starting to make buds, as are the New England asters. The one in the following picture has a few flowers blooming. Check out the buds on it though. In a couple of weeks, it will be covered in purple. Then the butterflies will be over there too.
Until then, we’ll just have to enjoy the form of the flower on its own.