Sunday’s Pictures #2.

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.IMG_4536

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.IMG_4899

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.IMG_5353

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.IMG_5687

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.

31 Comments on “Sunday’s Pictures #2.

  1. I remember seeing buttercups in the woodlands of Riverland on my grandparents’ property…my grandma would never let me pick them…it was so tempting ! She said it made her happy when she was sad…love the idea of displaying the beautiful array of God’s designs !

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    • Buttercups are definitely a bright and cheerful flower, and plentiful, they can make a field a whole sea of yellow blossoms! Glad you enjoyed today’s pictures, have a wonderful day!😃😺🌞🌳

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  2. Good morning Steve and hope you will have a great Monday 🌞
    You really have a wide variety of wildflowers ! I mean only yellow and lot if beautiful flowers 😸😸 it was a good idea to shade the buttercup 👍
    Thank you for sharing 🌞🌞😸😸

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