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Michelle Polland Jul 17
This little bee is loving my lupins..it went in one end buzzed about until it had its fill then popped out the other end..fab! 🐝
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Mike Slater 2h
Honeybees and natives love these greek oregano flowers
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Michael Shea Jul 16
Happy bees! Plant some lavender for next year!
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Sustain at Culver Jul 14
Culver’s 4 acre pollinator prairie is particularly β€œshowy” today!
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Mandeigh Jul 12
It doesn't take much to create a bee feast 🐝🐝🐝
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FAO 22h
Without these tiny heroes πŸ¦πŸπŸ¦‡πŸ¦‹ we wouldn't have all these types of food...
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trft Jul 18
hot & humid. southern Minnesota . . . Maybe a red admiral on an African Daisy.
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Marco 20h
Chicory is popular with a range of such as Halictus and Lasioglossum sp. It flowers for a long time. Grows well alongside Malva alcea in the garden.
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BeeAttitudes.buzz Jul 19
The queen bee chooses the sex of the egg she lays. If she lays a fertilized egg it becomes a female worker. If she lays an unfertilized egg it will be a male drone. bee
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Hannah Grogan Jul 19
Nature at work on the pumpkin vines this morning!
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BBKA 18h
Brain game! How long will it take you to spot the bee in the flowers?
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Suzanne Roy Jul 13
Anyone know what this pretty thing is? size of bumblebee, flies like mini hummingbird, comes to my gardens every summer
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Jim Mathews 14h
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Huma Gro Products Jul 17
Most insecticides are deadly to bees, and unnecessary herbicide use can remove many of the flowers they need for food. If you use insecticides, choose ingredients targeted to specific species and the least harmful formulations.
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ultimategardener Jul 18
Bee balm is one of the best pollinators! Do you grow any pollinators?
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Kuentz EcoFriends 11h
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The Organic View 18h
, scientifically also known as Apis mellifera, are environmentally friendly and are vital as .
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Pollination Guelph 10h
It's not too hot to talk about and then go hunt for them at the Outdoor Bug Hunt. We're here until 4pm today!
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Jonathan Wild Jul 19
Immersed in flowers...nature's larder
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Phil Gates Jul 19
Bumblebee taking an early morning opium poppy pollen shower, disturbed by an intruder
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