The Hydrangeas are blooming and magnificent on Cape Cod!
When we lived in Colorado, most of the flowers had died off by mid to late August, so this is such a treat to not only see flowers in September but some are just starting to bloom.
I was taking a walk down by Nauset Beach in Orleans when I saw this Hydrangea by the side of the road. I thought it was exquisite! The colors are just amazing.
What do you think?
I was taking a walk the other day in Orleans on Cape Cod when I saw this pretty orange wildflower that looks like it is dried. It was so interesting and so vibrant in color.
Does anyone know what kind of wildflower it is? I will have to get some new wildflower, birds, wildlife, etc . books for the Cape Cod area. A new adventure…
There were fields and fields of Queen Anne’s Lace wildflowers everywhere as we went for a hike at Fort Hill in Eastham on Cape Cod. They are such a pretty and delicate white wildflower.
And then, as they go by, they shrivel up and turn almost inside out.
Have you ever seen Queen Anne’s Lace wildflowers?
The Goldenrod wildflowers at Fort Hill in Eastham on Cape Cod are just beautiful!
Take any hike down by the marshes and see the many different wildflowers!
The views of Nauset Marsh from Fort Hill on Cape Cod are just spectacular! You can see Nauset Light in the distance, as well as the distant shores.
Up close, there are a lot of trails around Fort Hill for you to explore. Don’t forget your binoculars with all of the birds.
Or take your kayak out for a beautiful paddle around the marshes and see all of the amazing wildlife. There is so much to do around Fort Hill and Nauset Marsh, I’m sure I will have many more Blogs about this amazing place!