Category Archives: Flowers

Summa Time!

Summer’s bee’n great so far and the bees have definitely needed that to recuperate! Here are the newest developments: Update 1: Unfortunately we lost a record amount of hives during winter 2016/17. I couldn’t believe it! Some of the strongest … Continue reading

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March Blossoms

Spring is here and the bees have been taking advantage of every sunny moment. I spent some time in the garden observing them. Not only did I get some amazing shots but I learned about some of their favorite travel … Continue reading

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Winter’s back or over???

Just a week ago, the bees seemed to be celebrating the end of winter. As I took this picture, I was thinking this might be the day I get stung as they buzzed around me in the warm sunshine. And … Continue reading

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December Flowers

¡Ay, caramba! Time buzzes! I can’t believe it’s already December! Today I did some of my own research on bee loving flowers, particularly at this time of year when food sources are scarce. I’ve decided to take inventory on existing … Continue reading

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Love goes through the Tummy

I meant to post this on Thanksgiving because it’s all about feasting, feeding and family but I’ve bee’n a little lazy lately, so unbee-like. To make up for it though, I guarantee at least one post a month until bee … Continue reading

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Questions & Answers

Thanks for coming! Let me beeegin with Oprah to get ya in the mood 🙂 1)  Does anyone have bees as pets and what satisfaction can come from it? Pet owner: my mom Satisfaction (her answer): “They can be trained to sniff out bombs … Continue reading

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