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Upon returning from Boston, we were first greeted with these blooms of the Caryopteris, a sure sign of the Fall season. It is one of the last plants to give good color, and usually starts a bit sooner (another whacky loop of this strange season, which up to now had been providing an earlier-than-usual blooming schedule). It’s a favorite of bees, who seem torn between these blossoms and the loftier Sweet Autumn Clematis.

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