Tag Archives: Bees

Twisting

Twisting, Turning Drunk on the powerful potion Lost Not on the green grass, but the pavement. Cohorts nearby, but still alone Will you climb onto my hat? picked up and carried to safety? Twist away a spiral a dance a … Continue reading

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Bumble Bee Watch

I’m always looking for news on organic gardening and how to create gardens that support garden creatures. The Xerxes Society is looking for the public’s help in recording any sightings of bumble bees in North America. Their website has all … Continue reading

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Bees

Recently, it’s been hard to keep posting. I set a goal for once a week and some weeks the ideas easily come to me, but lately, it’s been a struggle. My goal has been to encourage and educate people how … Continue reading

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Let the Sun Shine In

I challenged myself a bit this year. Rather than buying sunflower starts at a local plant sale, I decided to start some from seeds. So in May, once the temperatures were nice and warm, I planted a few seeds in … Continue reading

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Bee & Flower

Even after all this time the sun never says to the earth, “You owe me.” Look what happens with a love like that – it lights the whole world.                       … Continue reading

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Some Good News for Bees!

I want to pass along this good news story about one species of bumbles to you. I’m going to be on the look-out for these guys in my own garden. I need to carry my camera with me at all … Continue reading

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Slugs or Bees?

This week I’m torn between wanting to write about slugs or bees. I had been planning to write about slugs. These seemingly useless creatures that slowly move around the garden, eating hostas, daffodils and other tender perennials. I often feel … Continue reading

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