Friday, September 16, 2016

Flower Friday

We are joining Dory this week for Flower Friday~~~
These are some of our neighbor's beautiful flowers.   The Moonflower if just gorgeous!

 We think this is a Dahlia?   The color is so vibrant!
Being asked to take care of the neighbor's plants was fun and relaxing.  Wouldn't you say so too?!
 On the way back home, mom ran into this blooming weed.   We had to look it up because we had no clue what it was called.   We discovered that it's called Flower of An Hour!
 We haven't had a lot of Morning Glories this year.  It must be the heat because mom does water them every day.    We just love the Heaven blue color!
 The Garlic Chives are flowering~
We bet he'd be really juicy and plump to eat!
 And the Hydrangea is flowering again!
 Our dad is away conducting Uncle Bill's house raising~
 This is one day's work!   Wow!

Happy Friday, everybody!

Love ya lots♥
Molly and Mackie

22 comments:

Mark Muller said...

wow is this beautiful moonflower really as big as it looks in the photo? that's probably a magic flower, right?

Julie said...

What BEAUTIFUL flowers!!!
Did you see any Buttie Pillars on them?
Butties are supposed to luffs single Dahlias butt completely ignored mine!
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx

The Black and Tans. said...

We love your flowers, they are very very pretty.
Off to see if we can find some nice photos of our flowers to post.
Have a good weekend Molly and Mackie.

Christmas said...

Wonderful photos!

Two French Bulldogs said...

That red one is so pretty looks like a star
Lily & Edward

Momo and Pinot said...

Morning Glories and Hydrangeas always remind our mom of her childhood! Thank you for featuring pretty flowers. :) :)

It's hard to believe your dad and his humans can do so much work a day!! Wow!!!

Momo & Pinot xo



Grantham Lynn said...

Oh what a fun post! We don't have a lot of flowers around the apartment.
I enjoy yours. That is a cool weed!
Your posts make me smile. Thanks for sharing the 'kids'.
Have a great weekend.

Reilly-Denny Cowspotdogs said...

those are some pretty flowers - it is funny back home in Australia morning glory is classed as a noxious weed - here people love it :)

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

If it weren't for flowering weeds, we wouldn't have any flowers.

We're with Bree. SHE has been slowly killing off the Morning Glory that comes over the fence and strangles our bushes.

Idaho PugRanch said...

lovely lovely flowers!!!
we don't have many left but our fall mums should be blooming soon
hugs
Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

Dory and the Mama said...

What lovely flowers...we just love that your hydrangea is blooming again!!
Smileys!
Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

The Daily Pip said...

So many lovely flowers! Hydrangea are some of my favorites.

KB Bear said...

Your flowers are glorious!!!! And your Dad is a carpentry genius. Wow, wow, wow!!!!

Ruby said...

OMD, lookie at that house!!!!! um...can your Pops come here next??? ☺
Oh, your flowers are just beautifuls!!!! Ma hasn't tried growing Moonflowers before! They are beautiful!
Kisses,
Ruby ♥

Sammy Sam said...

Very nice. Hi Sue.

Gus said...

WOW! Everything is awesome. The flowers, the barn raising, all we are missing is your smiling faces.

Love....
Gus n Teka

Madi and Mom said...

Hey Molly and Mavkie!
What gorgeous flowers! That green wor looks mighty tasty.
Oh my cats your dad and crew really know how to get a roof up quickly!
Hugs
Madi your bfffff

Millie and Walter said...

What beautiful flowers. That weed one is very beautiful. Looks like the house is coming along great!

C.L.W.STEP said...

Wow! Love the moon flower. Ghostwriter planted some of these along with the morning glories. But they haven't bloomed yet.

The Army of Four said...

What gorgeous flowers! We haven't heard of a few of them. We love the Morning Glories!
Cammie!

Tweedles -- that's me said...

so beautiful!
love
tweedles

Sweet William The Scot said...

Wish someone would come and raise me a new concrete driveway. Lee just got a pricing and it was over $10,000 and that is just the broom look. Lee says guess we will have to take the bid and bite the bullet on the cost. We have never seen a flower of an hour, interesting.
Sweet William The Scot