Black-eyed Susans say, “Hello.”
Surprised at the detail with a camera-phone!
Bee in a blossom.
Growing some fall bling.
Checking on the pumpkin patch also means checking out Mom’s flowers. There is always something new blooming. The pumpkin patch seems to be recuperating from the wilt problem. Thankfully! Early in the mornings it is literally a-buzz with the noise of active bees.
Wonderful weekend wishes to you!
About Marla Rose
This blog documents our farm life in central Illinois with photographs, experiences, and a dash of cooking. Pour a cup of coffee and enjoy sharing part of our lives!
Black-eyed susans are always a happy bunch. Happy to hear everything is doing well.
They are cheerful! Mine do not look as hardy as my Mom’s do.
I’m loving all the pretty pictures you’ve been taking!
Good! I have wondered if I am posting too many … but there are just so many neat things going on right now. 🙂
I’m with Patti J and you, Marla. Black-eyed Susan’s are just plain CHEERFUL and HAPPY.