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Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Thank you, Bees, for Blueberries!

I have had six blueberry bushes in my yard for the last three years. No blueberries ever came to fruition! This year with the age of the bushes and the rain, and, of course, the bees, I actually have blueberries!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I ate three right off the bush yesterday. Yummm.





Thank you, bees!
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2 comments:

  1. Linda I noticed the same thing with my bushes. With the increase of pollinators came an increase in berries.
    Which also came an increase in deer eating my blueberry bushes LOL :)

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  2. I've lost blueberries for the past couple of years due to late freeze and delay in picking (the bluejays got them before I did) but this year I have tons of berries. What's funny, though, is that although this is the first year with honeybees in the garden, bumblebees were actually the ones that worked the blueberries. My honeybees seemed to be too busy with pollen from another source. I'll be covering my bushes with net in the next few days to keep the birds from feasting again.

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