Thursday, April 15, 2021

Spring Flora and Fauna

Am thankful that the yard is coming back to life!
Our beehouse is buzzy!
Columbine
Virginia Bluebell
Wild Geranium
Pussytoes

Let's Hop!
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17 comments:

  1. Especially love the Virginia Blue Bells. Remind me of Texas Blue Bonnets.

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  2. Oh how pretty. Spring is my favorite season. the bees are hard at works too. Excellent.

    Have a fabulous Thankful Thursday. ♥

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  3. That beehouse is amazing! I miss Columbines so much, they don't grow here in Texas. Beautiful Blue Bells too.

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  4. We're glad to see Spring showing up most everywhere! Thanks for joining our Thankful Thursday Blog Hop!

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  5. Goodness that is a flower extravaganza. That Beehouse is so cool. We love your sharing with us

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  6. I have never seen a bee house...is it like a Bee B&B? Do they make honey in there? It was buzzing for sure
    Hugs Cecilia

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  7. The bee house is very busy. I have never heard of pussy toes. They look pretty.

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  8. MY family has bee houses and no one ever moved in.

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  9. I LOVE those pussy toes and the blue bells and columbines are a true fave of mine.

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  10. I hope none of that got covered with any snow today.

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  11. Very cool that you have a bee house. Beautiful blooms too. XO

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  12. Ooooooooooooooooo! Your flowers are way ahead of ours, not that mum has that many flowers in the yard ;) MOL!
    That bee house is pawsome!!!
    Purrs, Julie

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  13. That bee house is a great idea. We might have to think about one

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  14. Thank goodness there are people like you looking after the bees. And you're already busy with outsider-cats.

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  15. Pussy Toes are totally new to us! How lovely they are, and such a perfect name ...

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  16. I'm going to research that final plant you photographed. :) Beautiful images. I've seen those bee houses and thought they were another gimmick just like butterfly and toad houses. Now I want one.

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