Yellow Fields of Canola

Canola, Brassica campestris, is a major cash crop in both Canada and the United States. We mainly find it in our grocery stores as Canola oil although other countries use the meal and it can also be used as livestock feed. If you have never seen a field of Canola blooming then you have missed a scene of great beauty. […]

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Pretty Summer Flowers

My friend always has the prettiest flowers at her place every summer. I never know what is going to be blooming and what she will have new each year. She plants mostly perennials with an few annuals to make things fun each season. Depending on Montana weather,when I am visiting, I am able to enjoy different flowers […]

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Friday Flowers

Took this photo in Montana. The flowers were gently falling from a hanging basket and I thought they were some of the loveliest I have ever seen. I do not have any clue to their identity, but decided to blog them anyway! They are simply beautiful. Thanks to Katy I now know these lovely flowers are Fuchsia!

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Montana Lily

Found these luscious lilies in Montana and I dearly love the dark pink color. I would love to identify which variety these are as I would love to have them in my garden. If any of you know what variety these are please leave a comment or hit the little envelope bottle-cap on top right and email […]

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Glacier Lilies

In early summer you will find Bear grass( Xerophyllum tenax) in the mountain areas. Bear grass is not only eaten by mountain goats, but elk, bighorn sheep and deer love it also. Supposedly, Grizzly bears do not really like it as much as other animals. Grizzly bears use Bear grass as a nesting material for their […]

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