We are entering the yellow season. There seems to be more yellow flowers starting mid-summer and lasting into fall. Here are a few of the yellows bursting in my yard and garden.
The Cucurbits: Squashes, cucumbers, melons, gourds, pumpkins, etc
My first Summer Squash of the season. I hope this one isn't an indicator of more oddity to come. This one seems to be a fusion of at least 4 squash and stems.
Another wonderfully scented, especially at dusk, lily. She's an Oriental.
And another Oriental. Also with a lovely aroma.
This Native Shrubby St. John's Wort (Hypericum prolificum) has a somewhat tropical-looking flower.
Gray-headed coneflowers (Ratibida pinnata) just beginning to burst in the front yard prairie.
A random Black-Eyed Susan (Rudbeckia hirta) that appeared this year in the garden.
Dill has Yellow Flowers!
Other yellows not pictured also in bloom: Tomato, Cosmos, Sunflowers, Daylilies.
Ok, so Kiki (Maximus adorablus) isn't yellow, but she has apricot highlights and this pose is the "but look how cute I am and wouldn't you rather pet me than look at those dumb plants?"