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Sunflower & Bumble Bee 08-10-09





Last summer I had a lot of fun taking pictures of the various sunflowers in my all natural “privacy fence” – I used a seed mix called “Monet’s Pallete“, and it certainly lived up to the name.

While capturing some images of these flowers, I also happened to catch some bees and other insects as well, which was really cool. I’ll definitely share some of the other shots over time (don’t want people to get sick of seeing sunflowers right off the bat! haha).

[tags]sunflower, sunflowers, bees, bumble bees, monet’s pallete[/tags]

Written by Compost Guy on April 13th, 2010 with 1 comment.
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#1. May 27th, 2010, at 8:46 PM.

love the sunflower story! tell me how to do it. i’m a new homeowner and new to plants. do you plant seeds? do i go to “lowes” and buy the plant already growing?

i need to cover about 20 feet of fence. how much should i plant?

also, do you have any advice on something eating the leaves of my knockout roses? just started 2 days ago?

thanks, kristine

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