Well, now they're not bringing in anything, and there's not much activity during the day and only a little in the morning and evening. It has gotten a lot hotter, and now they spend all their time fanning. When I looked in my hive a few weeks ago, they did have about three combs that are only honey, and then about 11 that are brood with honey and pollen. I hope they don't have to eat all the honey before winter, or I'll be feeding them by September too! I have most of the plants you mentioned, plus some zinnias, oregano and mint. They don't touch those either. A guy on Youtube, McCartney Taylor, outofabluesky, lives in the Austin area and does a lot of TB beekeeping and has lots of videos. Since he's really close to you, you might check out some of his suggestions. He has a blog called Learning Beekeeping. It's really interesting. Good luck with your bees, and maybe there will be a fall honey flow that will help get them through the winter!