From suburban lawn to backyard homestead…with ducks. A journal by Lori Fontanes
Busy bees, work for free–can’t we treat them better?
Copyright 2014, Lori Fontanes
animals, back-to-nature, bees, edible lawn, environment, flowers, growing food, kitchen garden, living in suburbia, nature, organic gardening, outdoors, photography
October 27, 2014
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My garden is also full of all kinds of bees storing up nectar for winter. Oddly, they only use the hummingbird feeders in the spring. Maybe just for quick energy.
The way I use jelly beans? Makes sense to me! 😉
Really great photos! And, yes, since our food supply depends on bees, you would think that we’d treat them better.
Thanks! It’s just another of those disconnects where we don’t realize what we do upstream affects everything downstream, I guess. *sigh*
Love the photographs…bees are a favorite of mine.
We have tons of them in the summer–I’m getting to know them pretty well, too! Thx for visiting the blog!
Well, there’s some hope for bees with two Canadian honey companies suing Syngenta and Bayer. Fingers crossed…
Fabulous images. I adore bees and am always so thrilled by their happy, bombillating sound whenever I loom about the flowers for a while. Wonderful post. Smiling cheers,
If you like this, there’s more on this topic coming soon! PS, thx for all the likes & the follow! Will check out your site, too!
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