Because some plants are hardier than others, we can expect beauty to continue into early winter. For now, as days grow darker, there is still plenty to see. Please send your photos to email@example.com.
Cheryl Battle of Bavon photographed late-season pollinators: a honeybee on aster, and monarch butterfly on Sheffield pink chrysanthemums.
Heirloom mums are blooming at the home of Louise Witherspoon, Port Haywood. She also sent a photo of the fruit of osage orange, planted by farmers as living fences for their thorny branches.
Lewis Hubbard of Cardinal sent a quartet of sasanqua camellias, from left, Daydream, Hanna Jiman, Shishigashira, and Slim and Trim.
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