Saturday, July 15, 2017

Sunday Stroll: Finding Cinquefoil And Friends


So small and graceful
Reaching for the sky
Dancing in a prairie breeze.






Milkweed
Black-eyed Susan

Tall Cinquefoil

I'm hiding
Baby Dicksissel
Sitting on a tree
What does this world
Have to offer me?

Garden delights, eating my first tomatoes this week!

Grey-headed Coneflower

Showy Tick Trefoil

13 comments:

  1. Great photos! Beautiful flora and fauna.

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  2. That was a beautiful Sunday stroll. I especially enjoyed seeing the butterfly (moth?) and the grey-headed coneflower. (I'm partial to gray heads, you know.) :)

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  3. I don't think I've ever heard of cinquefoil before. It's pretty. Have a tomato sandwich for me. It doesn't look like I'm going to get any tomatoes this year

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  4. It's nice to see the wildflowers!

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  5. Hi Steve - the garden/plot looks amazing - fresh veggie ... delicious. Wonderful prairie shots showing your Dicksissel what's on offer for him. We call cinquefoil - potentilla ... which I recognise - lovely photos though and enjoy all those tomatoes about to turn vermilion - cheers Hilary

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  6. Oh I am jealous- home grown tomatoes, YUM! If I could get up early enough I would run by the farmer's market and buy some. I don't know this flower this bird, but he is sure eyeballing you!

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  7. Our cinquefoil is blooming too but you are several werks zhead of us pn tomatoes. Yum! Love the photos. The prairie is beautiful...as usual!

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  8. Lots of great flowers, including the flying kind.

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  9. I like those Black Eyed Susans. A few tomatoes for me this week, though my plants don't seem as lush as in the past. Oh well....

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  10. As always the pictures are a delight. The ladybug is a classic. A wonderful stroll indeed.

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  11. Beautiful cinquefoil shots & black eyed Susan's are a favourite!

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  12. I bet those tomatoes are going to taste great! Amazing photos!

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