Oklahoma Wildflowers Queen Annes Lace & Black-eyed Susan
new beginnings for you~ღ~ there are no endings just new beginnings~ღ~
umbrella for queens~ღ
you take my breath away….
after nearly killing all the plants I bought when I bought this land….I decided I would transplant wildflowers…I have a dear friend that is a master gardener and she said “Mick you have native Hostas…from the hostas family but it flowers…” my friend since jr. high Jeanna….after 25+ years she visited my dry land….and she said…. “Mick I love the transplant idea.” So here they are! Jeanna Caroline!!!
when the fence is low…water rising…fear is rising…i offer my rope…my hope when the fence is low i offer my rope…here my hope…here
The wheat/hay is almost waist high, so the Indian paintbrushes are hidden see above? I noticed this morning that the field had a darker tint to it. It was the Indian paintbrushes they turn almost a purple color on the stems. Pretty soon we’ll bale this field and all my wildflowers will be horse feed for the winter. I love that but I do miss them so I enjoy them while I can! ッ
my little slice of heaven on earth ッ
Oklahoma Cat’s Claw~Wildflowers of Oklahoma