Fall Asters

elegant light magenta-petaled flowers against greenage with bits of yellow dried buds and leaves

Location: Howe neighborhood

You know it’s fall when the asters are in bloom. These guys are really tough and beautiful. A nectar source for the bees that remain. I even saw a few flies on my flowers today. A reminder to us all that we need to take advantage of the sunshine and warmth.

Thank you!

Photo: Roxanne Dunlop

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