A blog about food, and a little about reading, and some sewing, and I might even knit something.
Rose of Sharon.
Purple cone flower with assorted insects!
Mr. Bee on hosta flower.
And last, but not least, Mr. Bunny.
It just wouldn't be complete without Mr. Bunny! I love your assortment of flowers.
love the bunny
You are amazing to catch Mr. Bee!Lovely garden for Mr. Bunny to watch over...
Love the pictures and the bees and other insects too.
Luvly. We have a Mrs Bunny. Perhaps we could bring the two together some day and have lots of little Bunnies. Aahh.We've had such a long and snow filled winter that I can hardly believe so many flowers have come up again in our garden. Such a joy.Love the Echinacea. Great for bouquets too.
Ahhh, all the Mr. Bees are freeloaders, tolerated only because they can do one thing and then killed as it gets colder. Males are liabilities when the hive can no longer collect nectar in winter. That would be Miss Bee being a busy bee (Mrs. Bee is busy laying eggs). And it is a great portrait of her!
Wonderful photos of the flowers. Glad to see Mr. Bunny again.
Awe Pam.... Mr. Bunny is so cute... He's really guarding the garden for you!!!!! Great pictures... Love the Rose of Sharon.Hugs,Betsy
What random garden shots would be complete without Mr. Bunny?
Beautiful. I love the shot of the purple cone flowers.
What a beautiful garden. How nice to have the bees to pollinate.
~oh so lovely~I feel like I am there~
Mr Bunny enjoys a premier location amongst the blooms.
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