This is a photo taken last summer that I enjoy looking at on these cool, wet days we’ve been having. I don’t mind this weather, though, as it bodes well for a good crop of wildflowers this spring. This plant is called bee brush or white brush. It blooms in warm weather after each substantial rain and fills the air with a sweet fragrance. The bees love it and use it to produce a very light honey that is of the highest quality. Most of the honey produced by my bees in 2009 was from bee brush and mesquite.
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- Learning about the art of making #combhoney instagram.com/p/52WpZ3n2y1/ tweeted 35 minutes ago
- Learning how to properly uncap the frame during #harvest class instagram.com/p/52RbQIH23r/ tweeted 1 hour ago
- Pulling honey supers to extract instagram.com/p/52L5vlH28J/ tweeted 2 hours ago
- Harvest class is on! It's so awesome to be doing this topic finally. We are thrilled to start new… instagram.com/p/52I0RFH21T/ tweeted 2 hours ago
- The guys and I are ready and waiting for students and customers. What a joy to be working at home… instagram.com/p/51_pDMn2y5/ tweeted 3 hours ago