Friday, September 27, 2019

Nature Friday

We are joining Rosy and Arty today for Nature Friday~

Mr Mike's marigolds are still blooming away~
 Are so are Miss Jan's sunflowers.  We found a bee too, Rosy and Arty!
 We found crab apples~  Hi Mitch♥
 We think these are berries are on a Jack in the Pulpit wildflower.  We've never seen a cluster so large before.
 We found purple asters~
 And we found red salvia among the money plants~
 The silver dollars look like they have a pearl effect.   They're so pretty!
 We found bladderwort along Farmer Will's fields~
 I am the Queen of my hickory tree stump!
 Happy Friday, everybuddy☺
Love ya lots♥


My Mind's Eye said...

Molly you are Queen of all you survey and you have a very handy hickory throne. The silver dollars are so pretty. Your neighborhood has beautiful flowers. Thank you for the grand tour
Hugs cecilia

Bouncing Bertie said...

Happy Nature Friday to the undisputed Queen of the Hickory stump. As always we loved your flowers.
Toodle pip!

easyweimaraner said...

oh maybe knows that berries and can tell us the name? they look interesting... but we are sure they are not really tasty LOL

Susie said...

Hi Molly and Happy Friday. You look as if you had a wonderful walk today and the weather looks perfect, still raining here!

We love all the flowers you found especially the Sunflowers and the silver dollars.

We have saved your Hickory tree stump picture to Treacle's page on Pinterest. We just think you look wonderful sitting there.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Hugs, Susie & Treacle xx

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
Molly, you never fail to bring us floral delights for Nature Friday! Have a superb weekend my furiend. HUgs and wags, YAM-aunty xxx

Misadventures of Widowhood said...

Molly, you sure have a nose for finding pretty flowers. Love your hickey stump photo.

LA Paylor said...

so many pretty flowers around you Molly! I saw a show on airedales yesterday and I want one here too! Do you have to have your coat stripped? LeeAnna

Sandee said...

I love going on walks with you Miss Molly. So many pretty flowers to sniff.

Have a woof woof day and weekend, Miss Molly. My best to your peeps. ♥

C.L.W.STEP said...

You always find the nicest flowers!

Matilda the Boxer said...

Happy Friday! You have such pretty nature all around you.

Millie and Walter said...

You found lots of pretty flowers and other nature to show us today. That stump is the perfect place to pose.

The Gang at LLB said...

The bees are everywhere this fall aren't they Molly??
You are a very beautimous Hickory Queen!!

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

You have some green-thumbed peeps around you! We thought those flowers would be in bed by now. Love the Silver Dollars. Haven't seen them in YEARS!

Jan said...

Ww love your featured flowers, but we are sad that they won't be around for long.

Astro & Mitzie said...

Molly, you have a vast array of flowers and plants
to sniff and see how they smell.
Your mom knows all the names and that
is amazing she must have a green thumb.

xo Astro & Mitzie

jank1961 said...

We sure were thinking alike, Molly! We even had some of the same flowers! Well, Momz didn't show our marigolds or sunflowers this week but they are still going strong!
Luke, Wag 'n Woof Pets

My GBGV Life said...

Marigolds are great fall flowers! My gramma used to have silver dollars. We haven't seen them in ages.

M. K. Clinton said...

Great flowers! Your crabapple picture took me back to my childhood when all the neighborhood kids would have crabapple fights. Those little suckers hurt! Haha!

Hailey and Zaphod and their Lady said...

The marigolds are lovely!

The Oceanside Animals said...

Lulu: "You do look very regal on your throne, Molly! I think we should proclaim you the Queen of Autumn!"

PawsitivelyJack said...

Tree stumps can make the best thrones.

parlance said...

I love the photos. Do you happen to know the Latin name or exact English name of the crab apple? I want to buy one if I can. Have you ever made jam (jelly!) with crabapples? (This comment is addressed to the human member of your family, Molly.)

parlance said...

I had a a quick look around the internet and there are lots of recipes for crabapple jelly. My mother used to make it. I must see if I can find a plant, now that you've reminded me of that lovely memory from my childhood.