Forest flowers are so beautiful with their fun, bright colors! Last weekend at Gramma’s house I took a walk around the neighborhood and got some photos of various flowers. It turns out that Emma did a similar post almost exactly two years ago, but she found different flowers! Of course, I started with the flowers on Gramma’s doorstep, complete with flag for the 4th of July.
Around out house there are a lot of lilies, but they are almost all yellow. In the forest neighborhood, they are almost all orange. Kind of a funny thing, if you ask me.
You may remember, we are not flower experts by any means so other than the lilies, we don’t know what kind of flowers these all are. These red ones looked really strained from the heat. If they got some water, I bet they would perk right up!
There were lots of these bells around. I don’t think anyone planted them, they just seem to like to grow all over the place.
Being as it was the 4th of July, we loved these bright red flowers. They look a bit like a fireworks explosion without the scary noise!
Olivia would like all the orange forest flowers we saw. No idea what these are, but they are interesting. It seems like there are tons of tiny flowers that are making up the big flower.
Mom and I both liked these adorable small flowers the best. The yellow ones seem to grow near the purple ones. They are also Minnesota Vikings colors, in case we have football around here again some day.
Those were the flowers we found, lots of them, providing lots of color in the otherwise green forest.
My GBGV Life is joining Living Laughing and Barking in Our Backyard for their Nature Friday blog hop.