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Because you can never have too many bee photos..

..or too many salvia ones.. 😉

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  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 20,593
    Beautiful,  mine are loving sage and chives at the moment,  I haven’t taken any photos. 
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • HeartinthedirtHeartinthedirt Liverpool Posts: 242
    Lovin' the Cosmos. These two were still there an hour later!


    And this one round the other side

    It's knowing what to do with things that counts - Robert Frost
  • Slow-wormSlow-worm Posts: 555
    Lyn, nobody will believe you unless you have photographic evidence 😉
    Heartinthedirt those cosmos are dazzling! 
  • HeartinthedirtHeartinthedirt Liverpool Posts: 242
    Thanks @Slow-worm ☺️ I take no credit, but they are bloody huge! I'm reading threads about Cosmos just coming in to bud and I'm like, what? Mine have been flowering since March! Beginners ignorance, not a clue what I should be doing, but as Monty says, if it works you're doing it right 👍😀
    It's knowing what to do with things that counts - Robert Frost
  • FireFire North LondonPosts: 15,664
    A chance to share all your best bee photos!
  • CrazybeeladyCrazybeelady WarwickshirePosts: 506
    Award goes to @steephill for the biggest bee collection!
  • CrazybeeladyCrazybeelady WarwickshirePosts: 506

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