We went to repair an irrigation riser in the south pasture. He Who Mows had mowed some paths through Little Bluestem and other fall blooming plants. We took the long way back and I saw Agalinis, Goldenrod and Blue Curls, lots of Spanish Needles (Bidens) already gone to seed.
Back at the Mule Barn, Rabbit Tobacco is blooming with White Lantana.
Not really a wild flower but attracting plenty of butterflies, coral color Porterweed and a Sulphur butterfly in the air.
Self-planted Goldenrod that I can see from my kitchen windows is abuzz with pollinators. If you look closely, there is a bee at center right.
As I type this, He Who is Mowing paths in the north pasture so I can go check to see what else is blooming.