Posts Tagged 'flowers'

Texas Flowers

cactuscactuscactuscactusprickly poppyThese are some flowers I’ve been hoarding to brighten and warm up a cold winter’s day.

Winter Milkweed

Asclepias syriaca

Pollen Bumble Rumble

bombusFlying between these absurdly large flowers of hybrid rose mallow (Hibiscus moscheutos), this bumblebee was practically glowing yellow from all the pollen.bombusBut note how the wings remain mostly clean. Bees are hairy, the hairs statically charged to help pollen stick to them. Of course, you wouldn’t want your wings to be laden with pollen or anything else when you fly.

More Sumac

Rhus typhinaStaghorn Sumac (Rhus typhina) in exuberant fuzziness.

Some Pollinators

p1p2p3p4It’s National Pollinator Week, but we should be thanking the bees — and other pollinators — every day for the work that they do. And fighting like the dickens the exterminationists of the agribusiness/pesticide complex.

Sumac

RhusThe flowers of sumac (genus Rhus) are astonishingly small.

Roses

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