It’s two degrees celsius right now, about 36 fahrenheit – a fitting temperature for the final Saturday of summer. Areas around us have had frost already, but our temperatures are expected to rebound a bit in the coming weeks. And it will reach the mid teens this afternoon, warm enough for me to add a coat of paint to the outside window trim, and warm enough for these late summer blossoms to open once again. Although I love autumn colours and temperatures, and it’s a bit of a relief not to have to keep monitoring and watering tomatoes, mid September usually sees the last of the 150 or so flowering plant species I have come into bloom. They’re part of my Six today – to see six things in gardens around the world, check out The Propagator’s site.