Monday, June 07, 2010

Mellow Yellow Monday #72


The back garden looking towards some good earth I have just hoed under the trees. Could be just the spot to put in potatoes. The yellow flowers (Gazania) are all over the place so I have scattered wildflower & herb seeds in the bare patches.
Other Mellow Yellow Monday photos here.

9 comments:

Rinkly Rimes said...

We're lucky we live in a country which actually produces flowers i winter! But the wind's cold today!

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

Beautiful yellow's!what
Kind of flower is that?

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Little rays of sunshine. Lovely photo

Malin said...

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Angie said...

Coffeeveggie addict : An invasive garden plant 'Gazania' is a tough, low-growing perennial herb with lance-shaped leaves and brightly coloured daisy-like flowers in bronze, yellow and orange tones. It produces abundant wind-blown seeds and spreads rapidly. It withstands salt-laden winds and grows well in sandy soils. It is often spread in garden waste. Classed as a weed!!!

Mo said...

Daisies are such a happy flower. Even if it is a weed.

eileeninmd said...

I love the pretty yellow flowers, hard to believe they are classified as a weed.
Happy MYM!

Life Moto said...

i loke the tiny flowers, specially yeloow ones. happy monday.

Life Moto

Ann said...

Western Australian's wild florwers are famous. people fly specially frm Singapore to see them.

Did you see any strangers in your garden? LOL