Tuesday Treat: Flowers and Fungi of Early September

A combined post of flowers and fungi…

Evening Primrose: 9 Sept 2020

Hips: 9 Sept 2020

Hops: 9 Sept 2020

So musical, this time of year… (Hip-Hop)

Himalayan Balsam: 5 Sept 2020

Rosebay: 9 Sept 2020

Rosebay: 9 Sept 2020

Rosebay: 9 Sept 2020

Forgive the repetition but this time of year I get obsessed with Rosebay

Common Reed: 9 Sept 2020

Stealing its colour from my hair!

My hair: 5 Sept 2020

Common Reed: 9 Sept 2020

Fading to winter…

Bracken: 9 Sept 2020

When bracken turns we know that autumn is near…

Brittlestems: 1 Sept 2020

Dryads Saddle: 1 Sept 2020

Lichen: 1 Sept 2020

I make no apologies. I like lichen

Lichen & fungi: 9 Sept 2020

Lichen: 9 Sept 2020

Closeup Lichen: 9 Sept 2020

Common Earthball: 9 Sept 2020

Waxcap (probably): 9 Sept 2020

That’s all for now, folks. Hope you enjoyed these photos.

I’m out again twice this week; who knows what treasures I’ll find.

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19 Responses to Tuesday Treat: Flowers and Fungi of Early September

  1. Deborah says:

    Really lovely! 🙂 ❤

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  2. Dale says:

    Always a treat to see what you find on your walks.

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  3. Brian Bixby says:

    Was just seeing some hops growing in a Victory Garden in Boston. (They were set up in WWII, and Boston kept renting them out ever since.)

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  4. Fabulous fungi and some lovely last flowers before autumn takes over!

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  5. Hops! For them beers!

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