Muskoka Lakes Gardens

Remembering Summertime: A Bee’s Butt

I discovered this photograph now even though looking by means of folders of summer time visuals on my laptop or computer and felt compelled to put up it. This was a common sight in my backyard garden very last summer months, especially above the months that liatris was in bloom. It is a pollinator magnet and I’ll under no circumstances have a different back garden in this local climate devoid of at the very least one particular plant in the genus. There had been days when the freshly opened flower spikes dragged reduced by the weight of bees come to feed and moments when they’d continue to be nestled inside of the blooms for ages, paralyzed in some type of meals coma as significantly as I could tell.

I can’t hold out until finally future summer months. I intend to invest several hours set up in a chair, my digital camera and a notebook in hand to notice these magnificent tiny guests as they perform their each day organization in my backyard garden.

August 16, 2022

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