This year we've had so much rain the wildflowers have gone wild. They're beautiful and I want to share some with you. So, here we go.
These are Thistles. They're growing wild in the pasture, as well as in my yard. My son mows around them. Some people call them weeds, but I call them flowers and think they're gorgeous. The hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees like them too.
Prickly Pear Cactus. The flowers are beautiful. The thorns are painful. So don't get too close.
Oops! How did Tiger get in here? Oh, he thinks he's a flower. The prettiest of them all.
This is a close up of a paintbrush. They make for a colorful pasture.
Here the paintbrush are covering the field.
I'm not sure what these are. Do you know?
These are Autumn Sage, in my flowerbed. Not wild. Butterfly moths and butterflies love them.
And our pond is full and running over. The ducks, frogs, and fish love it. And to think, a couple of years ago it was totally dry. Not a drop. Then the rains came.