Honey bee in the rosemary hedge


Most bees seem to be hibernating, but as long as there is food for them, some bees are still out and about. Because the rosemary hedges are blooming there are always several bees getting their nutrition there.

And even though we don't observe the same number of bees in the tree lavatera as we would in the summer months when there are lots of blossoms, there still are a few honey bees to see.

I even saw a bumble bee in the tree lavatera a week ago, but I only got a glimpse of it, before it flew away.

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