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"I love you flower." Says the bee. by zemanmary

"I love you flower." Says the bee. by zemanmary

succulence in bloom by lisakaebee

succulence in bloom by lisakaebee

So I'm trying to learn everything I can about the creatures who live out here - native bees included - and I think these are the Wandering Cuckoo Bee. I was so excited to see them and get a good picture and then in trying to figure out what bee it was it seems to be a kind that lays its eggs in another bee's nest and then when it hatches the Cuckoo Bee kills the host larva and eats the pollen and nectar left behind. Ugh. Now I has a sad.

So I'm trying to learn everything I can about the creatures who live out here - native bees included - and I think these are the Wandering Cuckoo Bee. I was so excited to see them and get a good picture and then in trying to figure out what bee it was it seems to be a kind that lays its eggs in another bee's nest and then when it hatches the Cuckoo Bee kills the host larva and eats the pollen and nectar left behind. Ugh. Now I has a sad.

by zemanmary

by zemanmary

Zinnia and moth by @itsnevertoolatewolfe  my husband and adventure partner. Follow him for more beautiful pics from our asheville life. regram by leewolfepottery

Zinnia and moth by @itsnevertoolatewolfe my husband and adventure partner. Follow him for more beautiful pics from our asheville life. regram by leewolfepottery

New flower for the garden \by carolineasaurus

New flower for the garden \by carolineasaurus

Do you see what I see? by lovesfield

Do you see what I see? by lovesfield

by duckyshepherd

by duckyshepherd

Goldenrod a definite sign of fall. One of the first pictures i took with a dslr. :) by zemanmary

Goldenrod a definite sign of fall. One of the first pictures i took with a dslr. :) by zemanmary

Scenes from a property... I love this little flower although I didn't know what it was until just a couple of months ago. I see it sporadically here and there (this one is in our back yard although I may transplant it to my butterfly garden). This is called the Pinewoods Milkweed also called the Sandhill Milkweed. In addition to being great for butterflies this little lovely is also wonderful for native bees honey bees and bumble bees. We eventually want to get a hive or two so this makes me…

Scenes from a property... I love this little flower although I didn't know what it was until just a couple of months ago. I see it sporadically here and there (this one is in our back yard although I may transplant it to my butterfly garden). This is called the Pinewoods Milkweed also called the Sandhill Milkweed. In addition to being great for butterflies this little lovely is also wonderful for native bees honey bees and bumble bees. We eventually want to get a hive or two so this makes me…

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