The arbutilon still has buds on but will need moving into the greenhouse soon,
I don't remember sweet peas still flowering this late before
and the bedding fuchsias are still going strong,
as are some clematis.
Soon it will be time to protect the dahlias (I don't lift them and they seem to survive fine).
This salvia (Cambridge Blue) is still flowering well,
as is the hardy fuchsia.
But there are signs of autumn - this rose (Wollerton Old Hall) nestles amongst the decaying seed heads of the poppies,
Sedum (Red Cauli),
and this Japanese Anemone,
are surrounded by autumn leaves.
But I am still harvesting courgettes, generally only 3 or 4 a week now though,
and there are flower buds on the hollyhocks!
This little robin was singing his heart out,