Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Celebrating Bee Balm

47  333c/365  wordlessly celebrating Bee Balm


47  333a/365  wordlessly celebrating Bee Balm


47  333b/365  wordlessly celebrating Bee Balm





9 comments:

  1. Lovely! I was just admiring mine this morning! Do you get hummingbirds on yours? I love the smell too... like Earl Gray tea!

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  2. Lynn--- I too love the smell. No hummingbirds yet, can't wait till they are spotted.

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  3. Oh wow, what a beautiful species! And they smell like Earl Gray too? I need to do some research to see if they are hardy here.

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  4. These are so beautiful. You really have an eye for color. I its just splendid. Surely you will see humingbirds any day now. I have no doubt they'll love these. If I were a hummingbird, I'd love them :-)

    Thank you! I'm very glad I got to see them.

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  5. I love them too. We call them monarda. When we transplanted some a few years ago, we feared that we'd lost them. They have popped up now in a bed with surprise.

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  6. What a celebration of glorious red! Almost like nature's fireworks!

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  7. Mmmmm--- I hope they are. They like room to spread so you have to work bit to keep them in the place you want them.

    Kwee--- "If I were a hummingbird, I'd love them " I will say hi when I see a hummingbird

    Ruth--- they are one of several Monarda native to America

    Snowcatcher--- great image. a twitter friend was reminded of Chihuly glass art

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  8. Fantastic photos of this beautiful plant! Love that red!

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  9. LOVE these photos. Those hummingbirds won't be able to resist these beauties for very long! :)

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