I keep finding little piles of roses “gone by” on our deck here on Cape Cod. They look almost like a Rosehip but much smaller. And there are always a few little piles strewn about.
So I scouted the other morning and found this little squirrel grabbing a little rose from the bush and jumping on the deck to savor his feast. He did this numerous times and would always feast in a different spot.
Cute little guy, don’t you think?
It’s hard to believe that we still have a few Hydrangeas blooming in our yard here on Cape Cod. We have not had a freeze yet, so they just keep blooming!
This one was so pretty next to our garage. Do you still have any flowers blooming in your yard?
I was so surprised to one one last Daisy blooming in our garden here on Cape Cod this week. It looked so pretty.
I thought I was finished picking all of the flowers in our gardens for the season, but this little Daisy proved me wrong. I still have a few more days to enjoy the flowers here on Cape Cod!
The Roses are still blooming in our garden here on Cape Cod. It is such a treat to see them in November. I loved this little Rose Bud . It is so pretty and delicate…and the lighting was perfect.
What do you think?
I couldn’t believe it when I saw these pretty yellow Common Winter Cress wildflowers blooming along the trail at the Salt Pond on the National Seashore on Cape Cod. I thought all of the wildflowers would be long gone by now.
Common Winter Cress, which grow to 1-2 feet, have 4 petals with flowers at the end of the upright stalks. The flowers are about 1″ and grow from May to September. Maybe because we’ve been having such a mild fall, they are still growing?
It was such a treat to see these yellow wildflowers growing along the trail so late in the season.