hmmm...I kinda feel like a stalker...out of the last 5 blogs I looked at and commented on, you had also posted a comment on four of them.
I LOVE BES!! I'm going to plant some next year!
Those are very pretty - could hardly tell you liked sunflowers though (lol).
Nothing prettier than a field of flowers in the summertime!
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What says summer more than these happy flowers. I haven't had much luck growing them myself but sometimes treat myself to a big bunch from the store.
Wow.... in a field you say? We have to pay up here for them in the nurseries....
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That's a very unique name for the flower! I thought it was sunflower until I saw the name. They sure remind me of sunflower too.
I love not only the color, but the fact that they tend to care for themselves and grow wild.
Great photo! I have come to appreciate Black Eyed Susans as they are so hardy and easy to care for.
I've always liked black-eyed Susans too.. though I feel a bit put off by the name, in the same way that I am a bit offended by "lazy Susans" being that my name is Susan. As a kid I thought that black-eyed peas and black-eyed Susans were the same thing and always wanted "my" peas for dinner. ;-)
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Hello from another farm girl! I am now a follower of your blog through Welcome Wednesday! I enjoyed visiting! Thanks for sharing the recipe using zucchini---I have 3 sitting on my counter that need to be used. I enjoy coffee & wine-tastings too! =)Have a great day!~Kelleyhttp://labellabasketswithkelle.blogspot.com(Gift Basket Giveaway going on now!)http://inkelleyskitchen.blogspot.com
Thanks for visiting my blog! You have a lovely one. Those black-eyed susans are beautiful. We have to buy them as garden plants here in Oregon. The closest thing we have would be what we call Mule's Ears.
Oh so beautiful!! I wish some of these silly corn and soy bean farmers around us would get with the picture and plant flowers. A corn field isn't the most beautiful photo!!
I wanted to thank you for being my newest follower. I really appreciate it!
Such pretty smiling faces!Joyce M
So jealous of that picture taking! Beautiful pic :)
Great picture!Thanks for linking up!~Liz
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