Sunflower Pumpkin Patch
How delightful to stumble upon a field of flowers in rural New Jersey! I couldn’t pass it up, especially because my own sunflowers are now all dead.
Happy sunflower faces against the grey day.
Kind of a mystery why these cuties are still standing…
What is more delightful than a field of sunflowers? How about a field of sunflowers surrounding a real-live pumpkin patch! We carefully explored the patch for hints to the origin of pumpkins, which we’ve only ever seen already hacked off their mother stems. Also, squash blossoms!!
Found this fellow exploring in the patch too.
Real pumpkins, surrounded by little baby pumpkins growing, assorted vines and, we learned from the farmer guy, the invasive Jimson weed, a dangerous hallucinogen.
In the patch.
Wittle baby pumpkins.
A stark white pumpkin still stemmed.
The bibbidi bobbidi boo pumpkin!
I love you, Autumn.