Under the September sun, the final Hosta blooms burst in cornflower blue.
Cosmos delight in bright pink,
and deep fuchsia with yellow centers.
Zinnias continue to delight,
and Brown-Eyed Susans still brighten their little corner of the garden.
Sedum looks like a joyous bouquet,
while Hydrangea adds shades of rose and speckled pink to its everlasting blooms.
The Cucumber may not have time to fully transform from blossom to fruit,
but Impatiens thrive until the first hard frost,
and butterflies and bees are busy with purpose.
(Thanks to Carol at May Dreams Gardens for hosting Garden Bloggers Bloom Day.)