Good morning everyone and Happy Sunday to all of you as well! We didn’t get that much snow from our snowstorm and strangely it didn’t get real cold right after. That’s the normal way things happen, we get snow and it turns very cold the next day, which makes it hard to shovel the snow. But this time it stayed mild. Actually, our whole winter so far has been fairly mild, which is certainly a nice break from having the last 4 winters that were very cold with lots of snow. So I’m certainly thankful for this break. However, the day is cloudy once again.
Therefore, let’s enjoy some more summer sunshine with these bright wildflowers…
And we will start off with these beauties, the moss pinks, a wildflower that is not too common in this area so always fun to find some.
And here we have a very common wildflower, yarrow, which is mostly found in white but sometimes can be found in pale pink as well. They love open areas and often in rocky spots that are quite dry. But they will grow most anywhere. There is also a garden variety which looks much the same and comes in several different colors.
Thank you once again for joining us here to enjoy some of our wildflowers. I hope you all have an enjoyable Sunday and God bless!
Steve and Muffin.
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