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Wordless Wednesday - Signs of Fall

Spider Lilies

Miss. Katie "Scarlet"

Boon and Scarlet stop to smell the flowers.



**UPDATED:  For those who have asked - Spider Lilies appear here in South Mississippi at the beginning of Fall.  They are a wild flower that signal the end of one season and the start of another.**



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  1. Boon Buddy, I have never seen a flower like that before. Do they grow in your garden? Are they wild flowers? That is, like the coolest.....

    Will ya say hi to my lady for me.

    We are almost done with our stuff for the Blogville safety week and then My Vickie says I can take some time catching up.

    So see ya later dude....

    bert

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  2. They are wild flowers bloom at the beginning of fall.

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  3. Wow, I love it so much! You all look great!

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  4. Those spider lilies are extraordinary! The Goldens complement the flowers :)
    Sending lotsaluv
    MAXMOM IN SA

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  5. We have never seen spider lilies - they are so prety. And of course they look even nicer with those two gorgeous pups there!

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  6. Hey Boondocks!
    Wow, those are cool looking flowers! Never seen those before, but my mom loves lilies! Very pretty pix.
    Grr and Woof,
    Sarge, COP

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  7. What a nice foto!!!

    Happy Snoozin' Wednesday to ya!

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  8. Hi Y'all,

    Those are certainly beautiful flowers and it looks like y'all are enjoying them!

    Y'all come by now,
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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  9. Great pics guys! I like those spider lilies too.

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  10. That fall is right around the corner! Great pictures
    Benny & Lily

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  11. What very pretty photos!

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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  12. What a pretty way to celebrate the change of seasons! Glad you guys had time to stop and appreciate it!

    Puppy Kisses,
    Tanner

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  13. Those are some really beautiful pictures! They need to be blown up to poster size! ;)

    Woofs & hugs, <3

    ~Bailey (Yep, I'm a girl!)

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  14. They are very cute pictures! You look like cast members on a TV show :D

    xo
    Luna

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  15. Now that is just One More Reason to LOVE Blogville.. we get to see stuffs that we would NEVER see otherwise. Those are Beautiful flowers. THANKS fur SHOWIN them to us.

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  16. Woof! Woof! Happy WW. Yes its FALL ... cooler weather. LOVE that flower... did not know the name so Golden Thanks. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  17. They are beautiful! It definitely feels like fall up here.

    Your pal, Pip

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  18. The spider lillies are sure pretty:) Wonder what they smell like?

    Mocha Barney, Ashley Pumpernickel and Winniechurchill

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  19. Beautiful pictures! I have never heard of spider lilies. They sure are pretty.

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  20. Greetings from the Amish community of Lebanon pennsylvainia.I was just passing though and thought id say hello. Richard from Amish Stories.

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  21. Very pretty. The flowers & the pups :)

    <3 Daisy Boo

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