landscape designer Jocelyn H. Chilvers shares tips on design, gardening, and the seasonal delights of the Denver region and Colorado's Front Range
What does that mean for the bees who made it, Jocelyn? Can they be relocated?
Pam, I don't know any of the back-story, or enough about bee culture to be able to make any competent statements here --- it's just a photo document. Perhaps another reader will give us some answers...
so cool, but so sad.
My thoughts exactly, Janine.
Hi Jocelyn,What happen in maple trees? how sad to see this ridiculous photos.Just like to share with you a beautiful quote..."Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful." - Albert SchweitzerYou can get more happiness quotes at http://www.quotelandia.com/category/Happiness
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If this was cut down recently, yes, the bees will die. They need to find a new home, but they can't do that at this time of year. They need their food stores (honey) to keep themselves warm, and they won't be able to take the honey with them or forage for nectar. Sad indeed.
Scary? Tasty? Both?
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