Marjoram bee, haiku

Bee bar


Buzzing honey bees

guzzle fresh sweet nectar from

marjoram flowers.


by Scooj


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I am Stephen. I live in Bristol, UK. I decided to shorten my this: Wildlife, haiku, travel, streetart, psychogeography and my family. Not necessarily in that order.

2 thoughts on “Bee bar”

  1. Gorgeous photo and the haiku is lovely.
    We are doing all we can for the bees here. We have white clover rather than lawn at the back, our front garden is full of bee-friendly plants like lavender, butterfly bushes and any weedy thing that lands and is pretty stays. At the back, I’ve got bee balm, catnip and annuals that attract them as well. Love the bees!

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    1. Thank you. Bees need all the help they can get…our lives depend on them. They face a risk here in the U.K. From Brexit. Currently neonicotinoids are banned under EU regulations, but when we leave, the U.K. Government will be able to make its own environmental regs. This could open the gateway for GM crops and currently banned pesticides which will favour farmer yields, but further damage the environment. Very worrying. Just another thing we will lose from EU exit. I don’t trust our government to do the right thing.

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