We have an avenue of trees along the road and as nature does her thing, the space suirrounding the trees are taken over by wild flowers.FOTD 14th July 2021: Wild Flowers
Taken on the last day of October last year. The flowers battled their way though the summer and hung on until the end of Autumn. What a wonderful thing nature is.FOTD 24th January 2021: Wild Flowers
Just a glimpse at a garden in mid Autumn and nature is still showing herself from her good side.FOTD 31st October 2020: Wild Flowers
Again I do not know the correct name, but they were flowering in our meadow in June.
I have no idea what they are, but they are very pretty. Perhaps they are just a plain old buttercup.
Some sort of closer variety and complete with a wasp on one of the flowers.
It would be wonderful if we knew the names of all the wayside wild flowers that grow. They are creatures of chance, where the seed arrives, with a little water and sun they begin to grow.
No idea what they are, they were growing wild in the neighbouring meadow.
No idea what they are, but I saw them growing in a border in the village so decided to take a photo.
Inspired by Cee’s photo of her wild flowers, here are my flowers of the day: also wild, I took them this afternoon on the bank of the river, but have no idea what they are. They look very similar.