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Sweet Pets

comments (1) February 27th, 2009 in gallery
sllplgitw sllplgitw, member
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Some of my sweet girls at work.
Queen Daisy is the bee with the red spot on her head.
Taking a waterbreak at the beebath.
Some of my sweet girls at work. Click the image to enlarge.

Some of my sweet girls at work.


My honeybees are definitely sweet pets. Sweet pollinators and sweet treat providers. I love working with them at the hives and watching them flit among the flowers when I work in my gardens.



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Comments (1)

Kate_Frank writes: Will you please post these at our sister site, www.vegetablegardener.com? They would be great for that gallery, too, and we love honeybees! Posted: 4:30 pm on February 27th
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