Good morning everyone and here we are with the second in this month’s series of wildflowers from this area. This week I am showing just yellow wildflowers and of course this is just a sample of the many yellow wildflowers that we have here. I hope you will enjoy these pictures. The first is the common, or tall, buttercup.
I had to shade the buttercup. Due to its waxy petals it really shines in the sun making it a bit difficult to get a good picture. This next flower is the northern bush-honeysuckle.
This next flower is the nodding loosestrife. A little difficult getting a picture of one since they hang upside down. Fortunately I found one growing on a hill which helped a lot.
Finally we have the Canada hawkweed which, in spite of it’s name, is a wildflower, not a weed. They look somewhat like a dandelion but are up to 2 feet (60cm) tall.
Well, I hope you have enjoyed today’s selection of wildflowers. I also hope you enjoy your Sunday and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
© 2019 Steve McLeod.