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Fab pic Paul! :)

5 Aug, 2012

 

Thanks Pixi - see its big eye :D

5 Aug, 2012

 

Good to see them Paul.

5 Aug, 2012

 

:)))))))))))))

5 Aug, 2012

 

Hi Paul, amazing colour of the flower. I am not surprised the bee is attracted :)
What is its name, please?

5 Aug, 2012

 

It could almost be one bee looking in a mirror.! Great pic

5 Aug, 2012

 

great shot Paul, they are all over mine too, great bulbs for the bees :-))

5 Aug, 2012

 

Thank you Kat :-))) - I think it was something like allium pascal - someone please help :)) not 100% sure

yes Pimpernel very much :D Thank you :-))))))))

Thanks too Surreylad :))))))

these are about the only things that flowered

5 Aug, 2012

 

allium sphaerocephalon Paul, the forelock allium..

5 Aug, 2012

 

Aye! saw its eyes! eek!

5 Aug, 2012

 

Thanks Surreylad - no way I would have guessed that name lol

haha Pixi he has a shiny eye

5 Aug, 2012

 

I see two ..no?
gotta run for now bbl x

5 Aug, 2012

 

Lovely photo

5 Aug, 2012

 

Excellent shot

5 Aug, 2012

 

its fantastic ,Paul:-))))))

5 Aug, 2012

 

Thank you very much Ladies :-))

5 Aug, 2012

 

Great shot,Paul..not seen anything on mine yet..they seem to wait till I go inside ! Lol..love the eyes..brilliant:o)

5 Aug, 2012

 

haha cheers Bloomer :D

5 Aug, 2012

 

That really is a beautiful picture. Those allium sphaerocephalon are gorgeous - keep meaning to get some!

5 Aug, 2012

 

Thank you Tuesdaybear - well worth it:-))))))))

5 Aug, 2012

 

Nice to see a few more bees about, perhaps with the warmth they are able to build their nests up again. Good picture Paul. The bees eyes reflect blue. Lovely colour to the flowers.

6 Aug, 2012

 

Thank you Linda :-))))

6 Aug, 2012

 

wow two bees for the price of one! excellent photo Paul:-)

6 Aug, 2012

 

2 be or not 2 bee that is the question. LOL.

6 Aug, 2012

 

Thanks Summerbreeze - oh my god Linda - very good :D

6 Aug, 2012

 

Paul: Did your Drumsticks spread all over? The first year I had a few, the next a few more, but this year everywhere!

Easy to pull out and of course everyone wants them for free. I will definitely keep some for the bees as 70% of pollination is done by them. i never caught this pic, nice going.

6 Aug, 2012

 

Not as yet Wells - probably won't knowing how I fail to thrive most of my plants

6 Aug, 2012

 

Lovely photo Paul..

10 Aug, 2012

 

Thank you Homebird :-)

10 Aug, 2012



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