The first day of fall was absolutely gorgeous, it may have started with some overcast but by the time noon rolled around that had changed and we had just a fabulous afternoon and evening. We ended up planting a bunch of last year's spring bulbs in pots for early colour next spring, plus we had some bearded Iris that needed potting up in size to 2 gallons pots.
It may be somewhat late -and that would be because they were planted late- but there are still some OT lilies in bloom, like this 'Zagora' for instance.
These are the flowers of a 2nd year 'Ginko Craig' OP seedling, they are nicely showing their colours. I haven't bothered with trying to get pods to set, kinda late in the season, but I do have a planned cross in mind for this one next year with 'Stiletto'.
I like the leaf form of this seedling, it has a gentle wave to it, has a very nice and unusual taper to the leaf that makes it almost look as if there is no petiole. You can see more of it here.