WRITINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS FROM A SMALL COMMUNITY IN WESTERN NEW YORK
Very nice images :))
i like the yellow & purple ones, what are they(?)
Your wildflowers look absolutely stunning!!! Cheers, Mike.
Very nice. I especially love the lathyrus. I have them in my garden and had to take a lot of trouble to grow them there. Lovely that they grow in the wild in your place.
Really nice shots Lori. You had a nice selection.
Wow, you had a lot to show for us and all are so lovely.
You have a wonderful collection here! A treat to look at!
did you check on the underside of the milkweed for catepillars? One of my goals this year is to collect seed and plant some milkweed to attract butterflies.
Very Lovely Lori!Have a nice Sunday!Kacy w/Wa mare~
Dear Lori, I still owe you an answer to your question about the round hay bales...each one has around 200-250 kilos and should feed 2 horses for about 2 weeks (in Winter)HugsMichi
The first one is my favorite. Beautiful!
The one at the bottom is very nice.
Love the milkweed, I trucked through the fields to check on a place I knew they grew but they werent ready yet.
Lovely pictures all of them!
Very nicely done! I always enjoy my visits here. Those hats were so much fun to look at in the previous post..what fun! :)
Lovely flowers - several are new to me but I think I see an old friend. Is the yellow flower an evening primrose?
The yellow flower is a Moth Mullein, Verbascum blattaria. It is not native to Texas, but one showed up in my yard (??) and it took me a while to figure it out.Great selection of photos!
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