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Sunday, June 28, 2009

Bees on Echinacea - They love the Nectar

The bees at this time of year hang all over my echinacea. I take tons of pictures of them because they hold still for the photograph!


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5 comments:

  1. Anonymous6:30 PM

    Just beautiful photos and I saved it to my desktop.

    Thanks Linda
    Annette from Placerville California

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  2. Anonymous5:26 PM

    There were 8! bees and 2 butterflies on my 2 eichenacea bushes today! So glad to be able to feed them....

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  3. Anonymous11:04 PM

    your blog is amazing! i love it keep it up Linda!! woohoo!!

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  4. Anonymous3:16 PM

    Just discovered our Eichenacea's covered in bee's. 5 Bumblebee's and two hoverflie's, wonderful sight. All ready planning to grow alot moore. Thank you for your info.
    Ray in Cornwall

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  5. Adriana6:05 PM

    Does the color of the echinacea matter? Mine are more reddish pink than purple. I read somewhere that bees see the color red as black. Is that true?

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