Sunday, 3 October 2010

Adelaide Spring Garden Bee Feast

Here are some pictures from our Adelaide spring garden with rocket, brassica rapa, parsley & flame tree mustard green going to seed. And an amazing array of flowering herbs including sage, borage, pineapple sage, thyme, watercress, salad burnett, society garlic & many more flowers attracting a myriad of bees other insects.

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A bee enjoying our borage

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Colour maze

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Brassica rapa going to seed

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Flowering coriander

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Watercress flower

6 comments:

Matron said...

Now these are my kind of flowers! I have noticed that the bees prefer veggie flowers over flower flowers!

Kate said...

The bees are much slower to appear here but I expect they will get a bit more energetic now it is warming up.
What lovely photos, Maggie.... please send my regards to the photographer!

Tilly's Nest said...

Hi,
I love the picture of the bee. With your permission I have used it on our nonprofit school garden website. I have given you credit and put a link there too.
You can see it at
www.thegardenatbchmcps.blogspot.com

Please let me know if this is not okay.

Thank you!--Melissa

michel Fanton said...

wonderful to see all these gardeners active not just in seed saving but also online.
please visit your mothers site www.seedsavers.net
and take a minute to watch some fo the 300 video clips we have put up.
just have a ball
Michel@seedsavers.net

Kaloy said...

Wow, what a lovely sight! I would also be able t capture such great pictures too. Thanks for sharing.

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