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Lovely pictures and bumblebees, I hear bzzzz way here.Marit.
I do so love seeing the bee's in my own garden, enjoy, dee x
Yep the bees and butterflies are having a ball! :) x
Wonderful photos, so nice to see all those bees :)
Thanks for the info on alum.I saw your bee picture before (is that a dahlia?) but did not comment.Glad I came back to see you!
Well, duh. The artichoke DOES look like a dahlia!!
I love these photographs! Have always adored Bees and it is lovely to see so many on this beautiful flower of the artichoke. Minerva x
Lovely photos, didn't realise it was an artichoke, I thought it was one of those ornamental thistles.
The bees on those artichokes are wonderful. I knew you lived near Chichester, I wish I could have dropped some plants of for you. I haven't forgotten about sending you some. I might have to give you some root cuttings and if they fail can always try some plants next spring.Sarah x
I love bees!
They were literally rolling around on our globe artichoke as well. I've noticed they have moved onto the pumpkin flowers now and are doing exactly the same thing - covered in yellow dust but with the opposite effect to fairy dust as they have to shake some free before getting airborne again.Nina x
Thats amazing ..... those little bees look like they are having the best time ever!love jooles xxx
My goodness, those dear little bees ARE having a great time :o)Emsworth is a beautiful place (we have a dear friend that lives there) - I'm quite envious of you.Best wishesRose H
Thanks for popping by...It is always lovely to receive a comment from you... smiles Cass x