Tuesday, 10 June 2014

Now There is Daisys

The other day it was full of Red Campions on this patch, now most of the Campions have gone and its full of Oxeye Daisys (Leucanthemum vulgar).









30 comments:

  1. geweldig velden vol wat een weelde

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  2. That fertile patch continues to put on a good show Roy, What's next, I'm wondering?...[;o)

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    1. I have been hoping for lots of butterflies amongst Trevor, but none that I can see so far.

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  3. Stunning Roy, the colours in your photo are beautiful..just want to jump in the middle and lay back and watch the clouds go by...:)

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  4. A meadow worth visiting as the seasons change.

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    1. Its been a sight to see so far Wilma.

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  5. I noticed this while out yesterday. Beautiful flower photos.

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  6. Hey Roy... "He loves me", "he loves me not" ...when I was young we did the daisy petal removal thing and when it came out to "he loves me not"we would toss it aside and try it with a new daisy haha!
    Okay enough of that , your field of daisies are gorgeous !! Wonderful photo's, especially the last one I like!!

    We are at the Buttercup and Ragged Robin stag and the daisy are just starting to bloom!!

    Grace

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  7. Act 2 is good, so I wonder what will be in a Act 3?

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    1. Probably weeds knowing my lucy Frank.{:))

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  8. Loads of Oxeye Daisys here in Dorset. Poole Council and Dorset County Council have signed up to a campaign not to cut their grass verges. It is wonderful seeing the wildflowers being allowed to flourish along our roads.

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    1. Thanks Lyn. The daises are everywhere this year. It is lovely to travel along Dorset lanes and see the Red Campions growing wild, something you don't see up here.

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  9. Very beautiful! I love seeing fields that are a "sea" of flowers. So lavish and wonderful. If only there were more places we could see each day of that sort. Our 44th anniversary was last Sunday, and I carried daisies like these....so this made me smile.

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    1. Thanks Mary, congratulations, I am glad I posted them now.{:))

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  10. Wonderful photos Roy.. I love the ones with the bee.. beautiful :o)

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  11. …sights of summer. So beautiful!

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  12. Bonjour Roy,
    Ces champs sont magnifiques !!!! la nature est très belle chez toi.

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    1. Merci Nathalie, la nature est très beau en effet.

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  13. You have such a way with your camera. These are gorgeous shots.

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    1. Thanks you Karen, you are far too generous.

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  14. I really love this flower fields.
    Wonderful to see!

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  15. England's fields must be so beautiful at this time of the year!
    Splendid flower photos.
    Great work, Roy!
    Ana

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    1. Thanks Ana, things are getting very 'Green' here now.

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