A couple of the wildflowers are noted for the first time this year. The others are tough enough to have kept blooming over a summer of drought and high heat and deserve a reprise.
|taking note of blue, who has appeared from the side of the house|
|rabbit brush / Chrysothamnus nauseosus (and it does stink!)|
|Rocky Mountain Beeplant or stinking clover / Cleome serruluta|
|Blue in autumn grasses chewing on (instead of retrieving) a stick|
|and yes, it's Indian Summer|