Daily Pics 2020…#23.

Harebell

Good morning and welcome back to another Daily Pics!  I just want to take this time to say “Thank You” to all of you for your continued support here at Steve’s Country!!  I truly appreciate each and every one of you for taking time out of your day to come here and check out my different posts each day.  Some of you have been with me from the very beginning, others have just started to follow this month, but I want you to know I am thankful for you all.  I now have followers from 64 different countries and people have shown up here to read at least sometimes, from 98 different countries!  Wow, I just never expected that to happen even though I had set a goal of 100 countries, I just wasn’t sure I would get there.  Now it looks like it will be possible!  Thank You once again everyone!!

And now for today’s wildflowers…

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This first one is the scarlet lychnis.  Not very common around here but it can be found with a little perseverance.  It’s a very bright and easy to spot wildflower.bunchberry3

And here we have a bunchberry flower, they are very bright white and a common late spring/early summer flower.  They produce clusters of small red berries later in the summer.  Not very good eating though, very dry and not much taste.

Well, there we have it for today.  Please come back later for Nature’s Art and Touring My Town.  I hope you have a great day and God bless!

Steve and Muffin.

© 2020 Steve McLeod.

31 Comments on “Daily Pics 2020…#23.

  1. Gorgeous photos steve! That harebell looks stunning! Hope you and muffin have a nice day! And congratulations on Having followers from 64 different countries cuz’ that is a big deal!😂

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    • Oops, missed this one and one from a couple days ago, they went to spam. I need to check my spam more often I guess. Thank you so much for both comments Saania!! Much appreciated! Have a wonderful day!

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      • Interesting! I do have the premium plan, and I see countries of visitors, but I’m not seeing countries of followers. I’m on my phone. Maybe I need my computer. Thanks, Steve! Have a great day!

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      • I should have clarified, only countries of visitors show up, but it’s not hard to figure out where followers are from, just check out their sites ‘about’ page, people usually say, if not, just ask what country they are from. I have done that several times, never been turned down. Enjoy!😁😸

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    • They are a beautiful flower and there are so many in some places it’s like a carpet of white flowers. They are a short plant, up to 10cm tall, most are shorter.😄😸😀😀

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      • 10CM and this much Beauty 😍 Steve how about next time you show us a floor full of Bunchberry 😍😍😍 Would Love to watch that.

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      • That will have to wait for spring, I don’t have any pics of that. I’m not sure I can even find it close to home, where I have seen it is about 80km away. Oh wait, there is a closer place too, that would be about 30km. But I don’t drive so it’s hard to get out of town. Sigh. But I will try to find a spot.😁😸📷

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      • 30 km 😳 80 km 🙄😳 U know what, I’ll take a full day leave to go these distances it’s far☺️🤗 Don’t strain, I’ll just google it and look at its beauty.🤗 Never mind, don’t try. You be safe that’s all we need 🤗 Hope you are done with your breakfast and Workouts.

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      • Actually I used to drive 90km to have breakfast at a certain restaurant I liked, then come back. I only did that once a year though, close to my birthday. Yep, finished breakfast and…oops,😳 time for workout, thanks for reminding me, sometimes I forget.🤔🙄😄😸🤸‍♂️🏋️‍♂️💪👈😂

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      • 90 km for a breakfast 🙄 Strange 😉 Your birthday 🤔 Yup, already on my calendar. 😋 Glad i could help. Workout Steve 🏋️🧎🤸💪🧗😁

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  2. What beautiful flowers ! Especially the scarlet lychnis ! Never saw that one before…do they grow in Manitoba ?

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