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Re: OT: weather and bees


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

Christy, this is fascinating to learn why honey is light or dark.  How do
you know where the bees collect their pollen?  My iris attract only a few
honeybees, but the bumblebees are always interested in them.  Would you know
why this is so?  Also, wasps always seem to buzz around the hanging petunias
by the front porch iris patch.  Do they scare away the smaller honeybees?

Cindy Rust, Zone 5b, Missouri


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