In my zone 5b upstate New York garden, it is summer today, with a high near 80 degrees F expected.
By Tuesday, however, we should have our first frost. Some areas have already had frost already. But for now, we still have most of our flowers.
This was not technically a GBBD picture (it was from Tuesday) but these are our zinnias, in our community garden plot.
And finally, just to show that even in failure there is beauty, this was a failed project to grow trailing nasturtiums in a hanging basket. I got one plant out of it and it was never happy. But it is blooming today.
I will leave you with this farewell photo - heuchera and Persian Shield.
Now that you've seen my flowers, why don't you visit Carol at May Dream Gardens in Indiana, who features this once a month meme on her website, and see what is blooming all over the world?
Day 15 of the Ultimate Blog Challenge #blogboost