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I had never heard about this before you posted about it last year! And I've still not seen it happening, though hoping to someday :)
Hi Quinn,It is a goal of mine to photograph a bee in progress. There's more Dusty Miller planted this year in full sun to part shade. I didn't know about bee nesting until I searched the Internet after seeing a bee on the plant.
Beautiful photo! I frequently try to catch bees "working" and never have any luck.
Hi Elizabeth,Your 4th of July post is spot on summer with beautiful photos.
Gorgeous photo...I really love those sweet violas. And I didn't know the bees harvested the fluff off the Dusty Miller plants for their nest building...how interesting! (I must plant some!)Helen xox
Thank you HelenI haven't seen many bees flying around this year. I think I miss them harvesting because the plant they chose is partially obscured. I wish I had a cam to set up. lolHave a Happy Summer!
I love watching bees in action, your photo is beautiful!
Hi Celia,I love your interview on Doodlewash.com!
Just beautiful photo. I love to see the bees buzzing around. Loved your Fourth of July photo too. Hope you had a wonderful one. Hugs
Hugs DebbieI hope your 4th of July was fun.
I've never seen that plant called Dusty Miller before. In fact, I have not been sure of its name. I always liked the idea of millers being covered in dust when I was a kid, but now I think how bad it must have been for their lungs...!
Hi Jenny,"When I was a kid" True words!When I was a kid, I use to think oil in the rivers and mud puddles were like beautiful rainbows. The memory of pretty colors swirling out of a factory into the Charles River makes me cringe thinking about it, especially when I think of I played in that water!
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