Daisies grow wild along our roadsides here in NW Washington state. They are Ox-eye Daisies - smaller than the Shasta Daisies.
The daisies form blankets along the freeways
This is heading towards Seattle - you can see how the seeds slide down the slopes and make a bigger patch every year.
Not bad photos for 60 mph and taken through the windshield (no, I was not driving)
They go on for miles!
Often on quiet country roads we'll stop and pick a pretty bouquet.
They do look beautiful. I am glad you weren't driving!
Oh my, they must beautiful in person. I love daisies!
Happy Friday, enjoy your 4th of July weekend!
you can never have too many daisies
They are so beautiful JoAnn. I love white flowers - they have a kind of purity.
I do love your header.
I wonder, if after God created Washington, he looked at it carefully and said, "Too much green!" So then he tossed in some daisy and foxglove seeds and several thousand tulip bulbs and said, "There! That's better!"
Your header is very pretty!
These flowers are everywhere on the Olympic Peninsula too. I picked a pretty bouquet of daisies our first year in Sequim. Within a few hours I was sneezing to beat the band. The next day I saw a thick dusting of pollen across the top of our table and realized why I was sneezing. Regrettably, we haven't invited daisies inside since.
Yeah I like seeing the daisies too. They are just everywhere.
Have a great weekend, Enjoy the 4th and be safe.
While pulling fields of weeds, I keep wishing that something like daisies would move in instead. They could be left and enjoyed for years to come.
They are beautiful....thanks for sharing this!
I so love all daisies and these certainly making highway driving more enjoyable.
That same stretch of road has lots of yellow Scotch Broom earlier in spring. I love all of the natural flowers, but soon the weather will be too warm. By the way, daisies are my favourite flower. - Margy
Self seeded wildflowers are so beautiful, they make every day magical. Great photos considering the circumstances!
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