Wild Flowers are Starting to Shine . . .
“None can have a healthy love for flowers unless he loves the wild ones.” ~ Forbes Watson
It finally stopped raining and dried up enough so that I could cut the grass around my house (it had grown about a foot high during all of the rainy days). I appreciate the shorter grass as it keeps the bugs back a bit and flowers that were hidden shine brightly. The robins appreciate it, too as they are back to hopping around the yard.
The Wild Flowers of Minnesota are blooming everywhere. The fields are full of them and some of these I found in my yard yesterday. (some of them are considered “weeds”, but they are wild flowers to me). All are extremely common and bloom in abundance making them very easy to find.