A Day In The Life


Whoopsie Daisies
May 4, 2007, 9:45 pm
Filed under: Nature, Seasons

May means thousands of these jolly Oxeye Daisies blooming in my little patch of woods. My wildflower book says they are actually chrysanthemums.

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Sunshine bright Tickseed (coreopsis) is interspersed with the daisies.   All the blooms arrive just in time for a Mother’s Day bouquet!

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What a beautiful spot! I really miss the change of seasons, I’m just and dry or cold and dry.

Comment by Willowtree

Those look so pretty 🙂

Comment by Tonya

I love wildflowers like that – so pretty.

Comment by Karmyn R

gorgeous, although you had me run to the calendar to check when mother’s day was!!

Comment by claudia

Wild and beautiful.

Comment by beccy

beautiful!! Do you have Poppies?

I plant Poppies every year and they never come up. This year I realize I thought they were weeds and I’ve been pulling them up!

Comment by Vicki

Gonna have to add you to my list of people to be jealous of. . . .:)

So, so pretty!

Comment by Shauna

It must be lovely to look out on such natural beauty.

Comment by chrisb

I would like to travel down that road. Very pretty shot.

Comment by Julie

Wow!! So pretty!!

I wish I was there now. I have lots of family your direction. (Didn’t I once say here that I could never date anyone from Arkansas ’cause I’m prob’ly related to the whole state?) Anyhoo, I don’t get there until Labor Day. *SIGH*

Comment by Stephanie

I’m going to have to take pictures of my poppies for Vicki when they bloom – there are big buds now. It’s nice to see your pictures because you are far enough ahead of us that I can see what’s around the corner! Your Forsythia is a perfect example! What a beautiful drive you must have!

Comment by gawilli

I didn’t know coreopsis was called tickweed. We’ve pleanted it several times. I think our c-c-cold winters get them or else some bug eats the roots. After a couple of years they disappear and we have to plant again.

I’ve seen some wild chryth. in the northwest, too. Some of them are purple!

Comment by Pamela

beautiful patch – I have a patch of weeds 🙂
I tagged you for a 7 things about me –

Comment by LeftCoastOnlooker

I’m going to have to do something like this at the property – after I dig up all my iris and daffodils and move them. Of course, I’ll bet azaleas don’t move well – so I’ll have to leave those put.

Remind me to hire you as a landscaping consultant!

Comment by Tiggerlane

I didn’t do this, Tigger. God did!!

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