It's the colourful season in the garden - all yellows and orange and red and various other highlights, with lots of plants in bloom at once. Though I love getting out on the trail, the most obvious change over the season is the sequence of plants that come into bloom in the garden - it's right out there in front of our eyes!
We have lots of Rudbeckia, in several varieties - coneflowers and brown-eyed susans and such. They're a dominant yellow in the garden, but hard to catch effectively in a photo. They do last a long time, so I'll have lots of chance to try.
Scrolling through this I realize it's not showing the garden as all "yellows and orange and red" - instead my choice seems to be mostly pink. I'll try to rectify that tomorrow and give you the correct overall impression.