(Wednesday was a beautiful, bright, sunny day, so the photos are a bit flat and washed out.)
Mums: some in the ground, some I planted in a pot several years ago:
Asters. The New York asters and smooth asters are done, but these Tatarian asters are in full bloom. Most are flopping, but I found some photogenic straight specimens.
In the still-going category, Lespedeza is still putting on a show in the front, and the sedum have gotten rather dark:
And in the "what season is it?" bucket, the zinnia along the front walk still think it's summer, while the pink penstemon and strawberries have gone back to springtime.
In the strawberries' defense, they are 'everbearing'. They just too a long summer hiatus.
Not too bad for October.