Finally, I see some evidence that we have a bee hive in our yard. The bees totally ignore all of my blooming landscape plants but were swarming the weeds!
Here is the garden in late October. The Hyacinth bean over the trellis did half way well, only the right side really grew great. I did not take the time this year to tend to the vine and make sure it grew over the top. This is what happens when it is allowed to just go crazy. If I don't go to the garden enough, the vines have a way of closing off the entrance and I have had to cut my way through the arbor.
The squash did not do so great this fall. Probably because right after they were planted, we replaced the fence and the garden got trampled repeatidly.
Here are a few small yellow squash. They are about the size of my thumb.
The peppers are doing great!
Mint has spread to 10x its original size (it was a 4" pot size in April).
Stevia has bloomed, but remained fairly short.
The pineapple sage is so pretty when it blooms, too bad bees can't see red!