Over the past few weeks, our flower assortment has completely changed. Mostly gone are the little yellow, Dandelion type flowers. What’s taken their place is now the Black-Eyed Susan and some other yellow-ish lawn flower that’s growing in abundance.
Here are some Black-Eyed Susan pictures I just took. I didn’t have the heart to delete any, so there’s a few.
And this is the yellow-ish lawn flower. I don’t know its name, so if you know what this flower is called, please leave a comment below.
Our gardens are in full bloom as well. We’ve got bunches of orange lilies. I always thought these flowers were called Tiger Lilies, but through the years, I’ve had difficulty aligning what I’ve got with pictures of Tiger Lilies on the internet. So again, if you know what these orange lilies are called, please let me know.
Whatever they’re called, I do like taking pictures of them. They always come out wonderfully.
The last flower I want to show you is either called, Baby’s Breath, Queen Anne’s Lace or something in the carrot family Laura is looking up right now.
As flowers bloom, I’ll take pictures of them and post the pictures here. Peace.