Now for a few photos from the last two weeks in the gardens.
Monarch butterflies were busy preparing to complete their journey to Mexico.
Queen butterflies can be found on the Gregg's Mistflower from spring through fall.
Hibiscus Mutabilis is a special favorite which blooms white and then progresses to deep pink before fading. All three stages are shown here.
Crinum, usually an early summer bloomer, continues to bloom throughout the gardens this fall.
Julia Child roses were especially pretty this week.
The borders along the nearby fitness trails were looking nice and welcoming.
There's always something to keep us busy. Melody (L) is our lead gardener and Donna are planting King Alfred Daffodils for spring blooms. Donna drives down from Dripping Springs, nearly 1.5 hours away!