I don’t even know what that is
It is quite small (the dandelion seed might be taken for scale) and I’m unsure about the exact species but one thing I’m sure about: does not belong in a well groomed lawn.
Holstein cat.Pretending to do its duty.
You heard a mouse? Here? Where some cats defecate regularly? Just by change? Be carefull, my little no-tomcat-anymore, be carefull!
Ranunculus acris, the meadow buttercup
Hard to see but it is nearly full grown, in such a short time.
Viola cornuta, the horned violet
That was the only one that seemed to have survived the last cut.
Lupinus polyphyllus, the garden lupine. With “guests”
Maybe Acyrthosiphon pisum
but they do not have the black tips.
What I have done? Not much: I just ripped off the stem (carefully, not to drop any of the aphids) and put it in the garbage bin which has a lid.
Bellis perennis, the common daisy
I fell sick for a couple of days just before I was able to mow the lawn. It is quite surprising how fast these not-lawn-plants grow up.
Cute Baby Spiders!
I decided, freely, herby and herewith to dedicate this and some following day(s) to the kingdom of animalia and others and will post one or more, or even a completely different number of, pictures of something alive.
The exact species of the spiders depicted above is unknown to me (Most probably Araneus spp., maybe even an A. diadematus?), so if you know more: feel free to spare your knowledge. The colors should be a bit more yellowish but not much. You may take the dandelion seed at the lower right a for scale.