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157 These are most of the Lilly's flowers that we had come up in our yard this year. Maria loves the fragrance of them and I just enjoy the colors and that they bring the butterflies. The Lilly image 173 really bring the butterflies in! Hope you enjoy the images as much as we loved the flowers, MT. 17315098991001029610410515416017417694

182 Just some pictures of Zenia that bloomed in the yard this year. We had quit a verity of them and they have lasted from early August till now and probably for a few more weeks from now as well. We have all different colors and shapes that came out but unfortunately this post dose not show off them all,  sorry. I personally liked the ones that had streaks of color like paint spots in the first image. They came in yellow, pink and orange as a base color as well. I also through in a Monarch Butterfly as well on one, enjoy :) 18518718387166

90 A lovely image of a yellow wild flower that I found in the back field. I could not find it in any of my book and I have no clue to what family of plant it is in. The flower is similar to a butter-cup but it is not. It is sorta vine'y, up to 3 feet tall and has a lot of long branching stems. I thought with the five heart shaped peddles it would have bean ease to find. Hope you enjoy it any way, MT

Today's post is of these lovely roses I took pictures of about a year ago. They are from the Maplewood Rose Garden in Rochester New York. I had originally intended last March in making a post that would dedicate Rose images to individuals but then sort of strayed away from that and have revisited this post in another form. I just want to say thank you to all my lovely followers, new and old, you are all as beautiful as these flowers are. Thank you so much, I love you all, MT

5 A Honey Bee enjoying the first nectar of spring last year. That was March 16th of last. Not like this spring but we are close after the snow melts away. The Bee is on a Crocus Flower that come up in our yard every spring since we've bean here. They started this spring but they've bean under 3 feet of snow since last week but it is melting off. Well, enjoy these shots from last year blooms. 71110

4 These are some shoots that I took today in the back yard of the first flowers coming up for us.  The first two images are of Traditional Snowdrops. They are just lovely. The third is Cloth of Gold Crocus and the last is Tommies Crocus. Our Tulips, Daffodils and Hyacinths are starting to make an appearance as well, just poking through the ground.  Enjoy :) 5 6