The Blount county bloggers met at Annie's over the weekend! Her job may be a pain, but it has made Annie Linda-Hamilton-buff.
I'm so jealous. I'd do anything to look like Annie. (Except eat well and get a lot of exercise.) If I'm found dead next week, it'll be due to Annie killing me for showing this. But the light was so nice, I couldn't resist.
Also present were CPP and TCE. We should have taken a pic of all our feet together or something, but of course I had that idea on the way home. Maybe next time, when I hope that MM can join us too.
These photos were all taken on our "weed walk" at Annie's place.
Pink phlox. I can't provide scientific names for most plants blooming after April, since they all seem to have 50 look-alikes that vary only in the slightest details.
Great Spangled Fritillary (Speyeria cybele) on Blanket Flower.
Whorled loosestrife (Lysimachia quadrifolia).
Collection of colored glass from Arkansas.
Sensitive fern (Onoclea sensibilis).
One of the skullcaps, possibly Hairy skullcap (Scutellaria elliptica).
A daylily I can't remember the name of.
Possibly a summer bluet? I'm not familiar with this plant and can't find a picture that matches well.
A fern I couldn't identify.
The lovely Lika.
The lovely Grendel.
Thanks for having us over, Annie! It was great to meet you, TCE and CPP!