Rosemary hedge = bees' diner


The winter rains have helped the rosemary hedges produce more blossoms, which are attracting a lot of bees. There is the sound of constant humming during the day as bees feast on the blossoms.

I've observed mostly honey bees this weekend, but also hover flies, wool carder bees, and mining bees. On Sunday I counted 17 bees, in a 1 minute time frame! It's fun to watch them all feast on the rosemary.

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