This picture taken on Friday morning, which was sunny and warm, shows the top half of the plot with the flower patch being at the top right. I’ll be growing onions and tomatoes on this vegetable patch next year. The area over on the middle right will be a new, small dedicated sunflower patch.
All the following can be seen. Crocosmia leaves with the tips starting to change colour with the oca foliage just above them and nasturtiums to the left. The dogwood (cornus) with red leaves above as yet unchanged green ones with the blue asters nestled alongside. The sedum (ice plant), by the standing log, and the strawberries showing mostly green with some red leaves. Over on the right is the still flowering red valerian in the stone feature, with a mound of ground-ivy next to it. Also on the right, but not visible, is the dustbin lid pond surrounded by grasses and poached egg plant seedlings, above which is the hydrangea. Behind the dog rose, now mostly bare except for the large red hips, along the other side of the grass path are the blue lavenders. Behind them is the flower patch with still flowering cosmos and pot marigolds.
The rhubarb, crocuses, lots of daffodils/narcissi all along the top edge, the perennial cornflowers and more plants would also be seen at other times of the year.
Have a good week!