The blue gilia is in full flower again. A delicate little flower on spindly foliage but it certainly is a tough little plant.
It thrives on nothing but limestone rubble.
The pink oxalis is also blooming again. I was surprised to see it in the upper meadows.
A milkweed hosts two visitors, the monarch caterpillar.
The milkweed assassin bug, Zelus longipes. He's a good guy. Welcome him into the garden to eat aphids and stink bugs.
Desmodium or tick-trefoil is also blooming in the meadow. A welcome plant which, being a legume, will replenish soil nitrogen.
My second sago palm is also putting out a new flush of leaves. I hope they have time to harden off before the cold weather arrives.