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Re: OT:Bees

From: "S&C Rust" <srust@fidnet.com>

We haven't seen many bees yet, but do wasps count?  We have lots of those,
and they beat the bees every year.  The bees that are most interested in our
flowers are bumble bees.  The hummingbirds like the front porch area a lot
and seem to check lots of flowers.

Cindy Rust, Zone 5b, Missouri...3 TB bloomstalks, arilbred BLUE ARTS opening
now and ANDROMACHE showing color.  Made 10 MDB and SDB and IB crosses this
morning, all in the direction of rebloom!

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