Wildflower Wednesday

The Trumpet (aka Coral) Honeysuckle is native to Mississippi. Hummingbirds drink the nectar from it's blooms.



The Gaura is also a wildflower that is native to Mississippi.




This is Japanese Honeysuckle. It is growing wild by the pond. We love the way it smells.

This pink rose is growing wild down by the pond too. We thinks it may be called Seven Sisters. Does anyone know for sure?

12 comments:

  1. woooow those are nice wildflower :)
    hmmm maby we gonna do a post to about wildflowers we got lots of them in our forest

    Happy sunny Kissslobbers
    El'bow & Hauwii

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  2. Mom always wanted to have a wildflower garden here too. That Seven Sisters one is very pretty. We love all the different shades of pink you have there too.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

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  3. Fantastic flowers as usual. Mommy is so jelly, all we got weeds.

    WE just saw your comment on our post today. Our silly Mommy published it before it was finishedm so you gota come back and see the rest of it. The video link is hilarious!!

    {{{huggies}}}....Mona & Weenie

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  4. Fantastic flowers as usual. Mommy is so jelly, all we got weeds.

    WE just saw your comment on our post today. Our silly Mommy published it before it was finishedm so you gota come back and see the rest of it. The video link is hilarious!!

    {{{huggies}}}....Mona & Weenie

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  5. Beautiful blooms!! Me and Charlie could smell them from here!! Yay!! Thanks for these fab pics! Take care
    x

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  6. Wow what pretty wildflowers those are! We think they are all gorgeous but the roses are our favorite - the color is just so pretty!!

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  7. Such lovely flowers in your garden.

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  8. Beautiful photos.

    We came by to congratulate your youngest boy bean on his graduation from college. That's big celebration time!

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  9. These flowers are beautiful, love the different pink shades with the green.

    Of course, some of the cats in the Feline Family would happily munch n them!

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