Monday, May 14, 2018

Golden Meadows

Drive along any country road in Middle Tennessee during the month of May, and you can't help but notice the fields are covered in yellow flowers.
The Meadow Buttercup ( Ranunculus acris ) is gathered for it's annual parade, it's bright, waxy petals, waving in the spring breezes for all who care to enjoy.
 
 

 
 

 


 
 

6 comments:

donna baker said...

Jo, your pictures are so pretty. How can we make it without spring and summer? I see your union jack bunting on the sidebar. Love it.

Patsy said...

Summer time, is wonderful!
Thanks for sharing

Mildred said...

Good Afternoon, Beautiful photos. I've been wondering what the yellow flowers are!

Kathy said...

We used to have tons of buttercups in our yard when I was growing up. You brought back such happy memories with your beautiful photos.

DJan said...

They are pretty, all right, but the bane of my gardening existence. They are tough to get out of the garden and come back constantly. But in those fields they are very lovely! :-)

ann said...

I have never been to Tennessee. I think I like it. I have been to Mississippi and bought that it was pretty. Wonderful photos.