Or compete for radiance with the spectacular gold of Jerusalem Artichoke (Helianthus tuberosus), our last sunflower to open its bright-yellow blooms?
I'm not the only creature drawn to these beautiful flowers.
A Monarch Butterfly feasts on the nectar of New England Asters:
A Candy-striped Leafhopper rests on a Jerusalem Artichoke's bloom.
So much color is ours to enjoy, and soon these flowers will be joined by the gorgeous autumn leaves. Be sure to get outdoors to feast on this glorious season.