A peony plant shows some fall colors. I guess it needs to be cut back. Tasha and I were just getting back from a walk in the vineyard.
Now that there's a little more moisture and temperatures aren't so extreme, this colchiques (autumn crocuses) have come up again.
The wisteria got a good pruning this summer. It was growing too far to the right, toward the greenhouse. It's still green at this point, but it won't be green for much longer. (The green can contains potting soil, not trash.)
And finally, the vegetable garden in October. The green and the purple basil plants are in full flower. The kale is coming back nicely, now that it's cooler and there are fewer active insect pests. We're still getting tomatoes but the zucchini plants are finished. We're also getting some bell peppers now. Overall, this has not been one of our better vegetable gardens, because of drought and high temperatures.