Monday, July 30, 2007

Wildflower garden


Passionflower (Passiflora incarnata)


Wild ginger leaves (Hexastylis sp.)


Butterfly Weed (Asclepias tuberosa)


Smooth hydrangea (Hydrangea arborescens)


Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea) and little friend


Oak-leaf hydrangea (Hydrangea quercifolia)


Carolina Lily (Lilium michauxii)


Joe Pye Weed (Eupatorium purpureum)


New bridge


Celandine poppy leaf (Stylophorum diphyllum)


Brown-eyed Susans and little friend (Rudbeckia sp.)


I would never have believed that moss could capture a leaf


But it can


Thanks for visiting...

14 comments:

Wren said...

I'm so homesick for my yard/habitat in Virginia! The one here has potential, but the one in VA was well on its way to realizing that potential. Big difference.

lime said...

what absolutely beautiful pictures! what a lovewly way to start my day. thanks

meresy_g said...

best.coneflower.picture.ever.

Shady Gardener said...

Thank you for sharing a glimpse of your wildflowers and "shady garden." Just beautiful.

karl said...

blissful

Rurality said...

Thanks y'all! This wildflower garden is at Sportman's Lake in Cullman. I wasn't expecting to find a lot blooming but there were a few things as you can see.

DeeMom said...

Our Joe Pye is also blooming.
That bridge is totally awesome.
Great pictures

Linda said...

Your new camera takes wonderful pictures. Wish you were closer so you could enter some of them in our fair.

Annie in Austin said...

Pretty as they are individually, I'll bet they made beautiful combinations. I heard the Joe Pye weed is blooming up in Illinois, too - I like that plant.
Thanks, Rurality!

Annie at the Transplantable Rose

Blackswamp_Girl said...

What wonderful pictures... but I especially love the new bridge. Wow, that's some nice work there.

Rurality said...

My uncle-in-law built that bridge. Isn't it cool?

We had one little area of Joe Pye weed here but I think Hubby nicked it with the bush hog. Maybe it will come back next year.

Iowa Gardening Woman said...

Lovely photos, especially the Carolina Lily.

Your soap making is interesting, one of my hobbies (just for my own pleasure) is soy candle making, Dusty the little Halloween calico is very photogenic, I have a muted calico.

Jan said...

Lovely pictures. I love the bridge and the moss taking over the leaf.

lisa said...

Nice pictures! You have a good eye for composition!