Friday, August 3, 2018

Flower Friday

We are joining Rosy for Flower Friday~

Because we've had so much rain lately, we discovered Indian Pipes near Landlord Bob's mailbox.   We always thought they were in the mushroom family but reading an article on the intermuts, we are finding out that Indian Pipes are considered a wildflower.   We don't find them often so we feel pretty lucky!

We found this white blooming wildflower behind Landlord Bob's mailbox too.   We're not exactly sure what it is. Does anyone know?
 And in our own backyard - we discovered an apple on the apple tree☺   Thinking of you, angel Mitch♥
We found Purple Loosestrife at the end of a driveway~
 And across the street at the edge of the pond was Loosestrife too~
 And we found a single Balloon Flower~
 And not far from that - Toadflax!
 We love Phlox!  It smells so pretty☺
 Guess what I'm standing in front of?
A field of sunflowers!  We can't wait for them to bloom!
Happy Friday!

Love ya lots♥
Molly

20 comments:

Emma said...

When Mom lived in southern Germany, there were always a lot of fields of sunflowers and lots of them were pick your own fields. So pretty. We've never seen or heard of those indian pipes. Pretty cool.

Gus said...

WOW! You have outdone yourselves. Today you have more flowers that I have never seen than I have ever seen in one place. Is that a run on sentence? Loved it

The Muzzer

Millie and Walter said...

Those Indian Pipe flowers are very interesting. We've never heard (or seen) of them before. You found lots of pretty flowers to share with us. That sunflower field will be beautiful when they are all in bloom.

Madi and Mom said...

Jumpin' catfish the Indian Pipes are amazing. We have never seen nor heard of them. Of course Molly your presence enhances the sunflower field
Hugs madi your bfff

Matilda the Boxer said...

OMD, I've never seen those Indian Pipes thingies. They look pawesome!

Sue said...

We've never heard of Indian Pipes before. How unusual they are. Are there any poppies in you new yard.

Mark Muller said...

fabulous flowers... we love the white indian pipes, they look like the flowers from a fairytale... and we love phlox... he is a time machine what can bring us back to childhood for a moment ;O)

Bouncing Bertie said...

Those Indian pipes are truly weird.
Great post today!

KB Bear said...

I have never seen Indian Pipes before. I need to find out if we have them here, but I'm guessing not because it's so dry here. I love Angel Mitch's apple... And, I hope that you show us when the field of sunflowers blooms!

C.L.W.STEP said...

The white flowers in the second picture look a bit like some we have in our yard called gooseneck. We'll have to take a closer look. Lots of nice flowers blooming this time of year!

The Gang at LLB said...

OMD..It's like the rain brought you a second Spring!!! What beautiful flowers you saw Molly...thanks for taking us with you!
xoxo,
Rosy, Arty & Jakey

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

We have never seen Indian Pipes - they are quite different but still very pretty. Lots of pretty flowers you have here today. Mom loves the balloon flower.

Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

Kinley Westie said...

Those Indian Pipes are interesting!

Ruby's Rescued Life said...

Oh, I love balloon flowers. We had one at our old house and I miss it so much!

Idaho PugRanch said...

The indian pipes are quite unique!! you find the best flowers
hugs
Hazel & Mabel

The Army of Four said...

What beautiful flowers! We especially like the Toadflax! And we'd never heard of Indian Pipes -- they do look like mushrooms!
We can't wait to see your field of sunflowers in bloom!
Cammie!

Grantham Lynn said...

Looks like you had a busy week too! Hope all is well.
Have a great week. BTW Domino had a spa day today. Pics coming soon we hope!
XOXO

Quilt Inspiration said...

Molly, you always find the very prettiest flowers on your walkies! Thanks for sending along these lovely photos ! Blessings, from Marina and Daryl Lynn :-)

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song said...

You find the most interesting and beautiful flowers.

M. K. Clinton said...

Wow! You have some really interesting flowers. I love phlox too. Your field of sunflowers is going to be amazing!