Fall Blooming Flowers 9-29-2014

Happy Monday everyone!

I have only recently been able to collect a few more posts for the ‘Blooming Series’. Not sure if ya’all noticed the lack of any last week. Anyone? That’s fine. It won’t be long before I’m rambling on about non-Midwestern Plant subjects. I may think of bringing on another blog, however we’ll see if that can happen.

I need to be working on motivation. More on that later.

Click HERE to see what was blooming last year.

For now… Preeeettty Flooooowers!

Roses and Black Eyed Susan’s, lovely combo.


Fuzzy pollinators on sunflower


Phlox – growing wild at the forest preserve.


Hydrangea ‘Limelight’ – Love the color change


Rudbeckia – Black Eyed Susan’s


Another pollinator on sunflower. Love this color gradient.


Fat-ass carrots


Hmmmm, weed fer shore.


Our Autumn material.


Peppers! Hot-cha-cha-cha-cha!

Β© Ilex – Midwestern Plants

9 thoughts on “Fall Blooming Flowers 9-29-2014

  1. “Ooh. Miss! Miss! I noticed!” – frantic waving of hand in air πŸ˜€ Pretty flowers indeed! I do like slanting sun rays on a flower – really brings out the colours. And those are the Fattest Baddest carrots I’ve ever seen hehe πŸ™‚


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