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Green Sweat Bee

A Green Sweat Bee visits the ‘Black and Blue’ Salvia plant. This particular species of salvia is one of the most visited plants on the patio and is also a favorite of the ruby-throated hummingbirds.

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Green Sweat Bee2019-01-16T01:04:52-05:00

Honey Bee and Salvia

A honey bee collects pollen from the beautiful bloom of the Black and Blue Salvia, an annual, that also attracts hummingbirds.

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Honey Bee and Salvia2019-01-16T01:07:22-05:00

Honey Bee

Spring to life!

A new cast of characters are finally emerging. In this case, a honey bee feeds on a nectar-rich perennial variety of salvia.

The honey bees prefer this perennial species (TBD) over any other flower currently in bloom on the premises, including rhododendrons, zinnias and other variety of salvia.

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Honey Bee2019-01-16T01:08:16-05:00

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