honey bee in flight

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honey bee in flight

 

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  • kathy,
    love your garden, wonderful to see small space gardening throughout the united states. i’m located in a (very) small town in southwest washington and run a small business called urban farm school. looks like our harvest season is just about the same. i too am (im)patiently awaiting my first tomato, stupice will be first. great blog, it’s now in my favourites and i look forward to watching your season.

    k.pearce
    mother
    bread baker
    seed gatherer
    business owner
    harvester
    painter

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  • Hi –

    I just came across your blog, and I really like it! My wife and I live in Framingham, and we have recently gotten into vegetable gardening. We have a very small amount of space dedicated to it (64 sq ft worth in raised beds), but as this is our first year, we didn’t want to go overboard.

    Anyhow – I’m glad I came across your site – it can be tough to find good vegetable gardening information sources for this area for new people like my wife and I.

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  • Wow, great capture!
    ~Jain

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  • Phenomenal shot, Kathy.

    Besides the bee in flight, I really love the texture on the squash vines – I forget every summer how spiky they are until I reach in to grab a ripe fruit. My cucumbers got me good this afternoon!

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  • I am getting a serious rash on my wrists this year and I think it is from my squashes. They have serious spines! Especially those zucchinis.

    Like you say, this photo is a cucumber flower.

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  • What a great close-up photo. It shows the pollen on the bee’s leg. Your blog is wonderful!

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  • What a great photo! I find the squash leaves awfully irritating, too, especially the sprawling ones. I’ve had great fun watching squash bees this season!

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  • Thanks!

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