Posts Tagged ‘Pansy’

It’s that very special time of the year when almost everything in your garden or the Conservatory Gardens is in bloom.  True we’ve already gloried at those burst of yellow from daffodils and forsythia marking the end of winter and we’ve enjoyed the tulips with their heads bobbing in the breeze and have even said farewell to the Lilies of the Valley last month.

But June, omg, June is just a cacophony of color and sweet smelling flowers and bushes.  Think about all the blooms in June;  Roses, Petunias, Pansies, Hydrangeas, Coral Bells, Sweet William, Azaelas, Geraniums and lots, lots more.  So it’s in the gardens of New York City, that our friend and photographer Murray has been heading with his camera.  The flowers are playing second fiddle this year to the insects who frequent them, but nonetheless, you can’t have one without the other. And having said that, I do have some great flower photos to share with you, maybe tomorrow.

bumble bee, honey bee

The Bee Nose What To Do

A Wasp Between Two Thorns

Cabbage moth,

Cabbage Butterfly On Purple Buds


garbage fly, green headed fly

Don't You Wish You Were A Fly On The Leaf?

The Bee's Knees

Uh Oh! Do Bees Share?

All photos courtesy of Murray Head

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