I always think about Snooky Lee this time of year. He has at least 35 varieties of daffodils in his yard in Carrollton. I have eight varieties, but have #gardengoals to add many more. Here are a few from my yard–some have already faded this year– I want to learn the type of daffodils –anyone know the names of mine?
So gorgeous! I pass by this sumac tree every day on Peppertown road. The photos really do not do it justice because it sets between two dark green cedar trees and surrounded by pines, it makes the colors just POP! LOVE IT!
Knight Farms harvesting wheat Wednesday afternoon in the Tomahawk Bottom of the Peppertown Community of Bellefontaine.
See this photo on the front page of the June 17, 2015 edition of The Webster Progress Times at http://websterprogresstimes.com/2015/06/17/wheat-harvest/
These iris are some of the first flowers I ever planted in my flower garden when I was little. When we moved to Peppertown, I wanted to make sure my favorite iris was at the new house. They were a little later than the other iris this year, but they are blooming their heads off this week!