Watch out for sharks! Yellow ducks in the "Go Fish" Pond for kids at the Brampton Fall Fair.
I always thought that yellow was an unpopular garden color- that was until I did a post entitled "Poor Friendless Yellow". It turns out that I was dead wrong and there are lots of gardeners, who just like me, like yellow flowers.
In my garden, yellow blooms when the daffodils first emerge from the ground in springtime. Then it takes a bit of a break, only to come out in full force mid-summer. Yellow then carries on, taking the lead well into late fall. I can't imagine my garden without it.
With out further delay, here are my favorite yellow pictures taken both in my garden and elsewhere as noted.
Crabapples in a Brockville Ontario park.
Yellow leaves float on the water. Fountain at the Kensington Flea Market, Toronto, Ontario.
Here and above: Yellow plums at the Farmer's Market, Brampton Ontario.
Elaine Rose at the Royal Botanical Gardens, Hamilton Ontario.
Daylily, We're in the Hayfield Nursery, Ontario. I have several lemon colored daylilies in my garden and they are a refreshing change from the more popular pink and orange varieties.
Goldenrod, Edwards Gardens, Toronto, Ontario.
Wild Brown-Eyed Susans, Blue Springs Scout Reserve, Ontario.
I count on yellow flowers, that emerge in late summer, to help see me through the fall.
Sunflowers from the garden at Lancaster Public School in Mississauga, Ontario.
To reduce highway fatalities of Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnakes, signs have been placed throughout the Bruce Peninsula in Ontario.
The last of my creamy yellow groundcover roses.
Brampton, Ontario walking trail.
From my garden, a hosta leaf that has turned yellow in late fall.
I end with a personal favorite- sunflowers from the Brampton Farmer's Market.
Have a great Weekend!