I guess I think of flowers as a spring time occurrence; like blossoms that make fruit or seeds that mature in the summer. So I’m always pleased to see flowers this late in the year. Below are pictures of wild flowers I took today, 11/3/2018. It’s getting down in the 30’s at night, with ice on my truck and the tall weeds are turning brown.
The first picture isn’t of wildflowers, but a Tomato plant in the small garden. It’s a heritage variety, and it’s indeterminate, meaning it doesn’t grow fruit for a set time, but continues to grow them as long as weather permits. Notice it still has yellow flowers and small tomatoes starting.