Wednesday, July 27, 2016

wildflowers

Here are the last of my wild flowers.  I have enjoyed them so much, especially all of the bright and cheerful colors.  The butterflies, bumble bees and other little creatures have enjoyed them as well. 







 Hubs did an outstanding job of dispersing the seeds.  Every where I look I see wild flowers.  Right now he is planting three more crepe myrtles in the back. 





Beautiful colors







 This is the new flower bed Hubs has been working on.  Brick by brick he laid all the bricks.  He is a work horse.





 Wild flowers every where








 Knock out roses Hubs planted this summer in the back yard by our deck.







 Sun flowers in the front yard






Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy the pictures.

5 comments:

Sandee said...

Most beautiful. Beautiful flowers and beautiful photography.

Have a fabulous day honey. Big hugs. ♥♥♥

Gail said...

Oh my, this is all so lovely- nature at it's best blended with creative designs - breath taking
Love Gail
peace....

DeEtta said...

Your wildflowers make me feel like I am in the mountains enjoying the cool breeze and enjoying the beauty. You live in a beautiful place. Thanks for sharing.

Finding Pam said...

Thank you, Sandy for stopping by and commenting.

Gail, I wish you could see all of the flowers in person. Peace and love, Pam

DeEtta, I wish we were in the mountains, too because it is so hot here in east Texas. I am blesed that my sweet hubs knows I love flowers. God is the artist.

"Annie" said...


I'm with Sandee. Not only are the flowers gorgeous, the photography is fabulous. Just looking at them did something special to my brain.

Hubs is a has done a wonderful job. It really is a gift. This last Spring, I tried to keep just one flower in a pot alive for the first time in a long time. I've reared a child and been around horses, dogs, cats, etc...my whole life, but have never been able to keep a plant alive, so I was determined. I even named it Sam. And Pam, he was doing well, but someone took him away right in front of my door. I can only hope that they will love him, 'cause who cannot love flowers? In any event, you can tell hubs I'm impressed.

Take care,