A few flowers hanging tough

Most of the flowers in my gardens have long wilted and disappeared, even though this has been a mild autumn by New England standards.

The coneflower and Black-eyed Susan heads are still available for goldfinches and kinglets but the colorful pedals are gone. Well, mostly gone. Here are a few die-hards still hanging in there. Feel free to share your New England mid-November garden photos. 

Pincushion 

  
Dianthus

  
Black-eyed Susan

  
Finally, coneflower.

  

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