All That Buzzzzz by QuietRiot ()
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It's not a very good photo, but I wanted to share. I planted the pineapple sage this Spring thinking the hummingbirds would have something for late in the season. The hummers were more interested in fighting over the feeders in the bird garden. The hummingbirds left, and the butterflies came. Now the bees have discovered the red flowers. They are all over the plants. We didn't have any bees earlier, but now they are here in bunches!
Thanks for taking a look!
Image Comments (24)
Faemike55 () 6:35PM | Mon, 23 October 2017
that is a great photo and wonderful news - love to see flutterbies and the bees having a source of food.
Richardphotos () 8:10PM | Mon, 23 October 2017
if they do not bite you, the bees are a good thing. too many have died by the millions.
I never knew the name of this plant. very good capture
Freethinker56 () 1:58AM | Tue, 24 October 2017
How wonderful your captured it beautifully and your got to LUV nature. Cheers
iborg64 () Online Now! 4:51AM | Tue, 24 October 2017
A nice shot of these really wonderful looking plants
beachsidelegs () 8:19AM | Tue, 24 October 2017
Wonderful picture my friend, I love bee's often have to pick them up to move them when it gets colder never touch wood have I been stung :)
nickcarter () 6:29PM | Tue, 24 October 2017
It's a fantastic plant:: I have several vases scattered in my garden and are very much appreciated by bees!!
And then it's not a bad picture at all!!!
rhol_figament () 9:10PM | Tue, 24 October 2017
As long as the bees are healthy, we sure need those little guys to have a healthy environment. Should put a couple of them in Trump's shorts to get his attention, lol...
wparrott1 () 1:58PM | Wed, 25 October 2017
Beautiful! My hummers have left for the season. I love the sound of the bees buzzing around my wisteria in the spring! Excellent image!
Glendaw () 8:15PM | Fri, 03 November 2017
What a beautiful photo and wonderful story.
The flowers are beautiful.