I love the B52 bomber bees. So dedicated to thier work.
Very pretty – a nice bright pop of color!
That is a very happy bee!
Very happy pollinators I’d say! 🙂
Crazy looking flowers – the clowns of the plant world. Perhaps the bees laugh as they pollinate. Malc
Love that bumble and the marigold.
Well we are not very happy with our pollinators right now! They are burring holes in our deck!!! Glad to see yours are a little more friendly.
Yes, I can see where that wouldn’t be wanted. This is the first year several of us have been stung. We may not have butterflies but we have pollinators. 🙂
Pretty pictures! I’m reminded that the marigold seeds I helped the grandkids plant in little tubs for Mother’s Day gifts are now thriving where they were transplanted. With me, gardening success is a rare occurrence!
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