Stuff and Nonsense: wordless wednesday


Showing posts with label wordless wednesday. Show all posts
Showing posts with label wordless wednesday. Show all posts

11.20.2019

#WordlessWednesday: Winter Squash

Butternut, mashed potato, hubbard, kabocha, buttercup ... delicious.

11.13.2019

#WordlessWednesday: Bittersweet

Bittersweet. When I was in kindergarten, I went as a witch for Halloween & my mother decorated the brim of my hat with bittersweet.

10.23.2019

#WordlessWednesday: Purple & Yellow Cauliflower

Beautiful purple and yellow cauliflower for sale at the farmers market.

10.16.2019

#WordlessWednesday: Monarch Butterfly

Monarch butterfly enjoying the last of the summer zinnias.

10.02.2019

#WordlessWednesday: Eastern Tiger Swallowtail

An Eastern Tiger Swallowtail enjoys a thistle somewhere in Eastern North Carolina

9.25.2019

#WordlessWednesday: Hesperia comma

Hesperia comma, the common branded skipper, enjoying a thistle.

9.11.2019

#WordlessWednesday: Lichens & Old Wood

There's beauty in lichen colonies on an old fence rail.

9.04.2019

#WordlessWednesday: Sea Holly (Eryngium)

Love the toothed leaves and long-lasting, teasel-like blossoms of the sea holly.

8.28.2019

8.21.2019

#WordlessWednesday: Cosmos bipinnatus

White cosmos blooming in the dill and fennel bed.
Like those two herbs, cosmos also attract pollinators.

8.07.2019

#WordlessWednesday: Doggo

Wee fluffy doggo I met at the farmers market.

7.31.2019

7.17.2019

#WordlessWednesday: Coreopsis

Happy yellow Tickseed (Coreopsis) blooming in the afternoon shade.

7.10.2019

#WordlessWednesday: Rudbeckia hirta

Always cheerful black-eyed Susan, a low-care plant
beneficial to bees, butterflies, and birds