Honey bee on the fennel flowers


Now that the swallowtail caterpillars have vacated the fennel plant to morph into chrysalises then butterflies, somewhere nearby in the backyard, the plant is producing many flower heads.

And the bees love the nectar the flowers are producing.

Above is an image of a honey bee moving from one flower head to another.

Here the honey bee is feeding on the nectar of a fennel flower.

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