I was pleased and blessed to come across this slope covered with attractive flowers while I was out for a walk.. What they are I do not know. While humans may call these plants ‘weeds’ the many honeybees I saw were quite busy harvesting pollen.
Late summer blooms.
A honeybee works a stand of New England Asters.
This aster?, species unknown, added cheerful colour to my walk through some tall brush.
My sister-in-law has and tends an amazing flower garden. See for yourself.
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A Manitoba Maples’ twigs and flowers draw a very open lacework curtain across the sky.
This brilliant African Violet thrives in our east facing kitchen window.
These pretty flowers (I don’t know what they are, perhaps you do) grace the drainage ditch paralleling a country road.
Dianthus, in bloom.
Flowers bloom amidst tall grasses.
You would scarcely guess that an industrial facility is behind me.