Late summer sedums provide essential nectar for bees as they stoke up for the winter. The plants are easy to grow, tolerate gardener’s neglect and low rainfall, add splashes of welcome colour just when other flowering plants are fading, and best of all, provide us with the gently humming company of bees. Bee-lissful!
28 thoughts on “Late Summer Bee Feast”
The sight and sound of bees always fills me with such joy Tish, so thank you for an early morning boost.
Happy to bring you bees, Su.
Yea for bees. Aren’t bumble bees cute.
Hard not to love them.
Always happy to see bees.
They do cheer one up!
I do enjoy a good bee-fest, so thanks for indulging me today, Tish. As everyone else battens down for fall, I’m starting to think about cooler (below 100) weather and when I might once again venture planting something in my raised beds. 🙂 Life is an adventure.
An adventure indeed, Janet. I truly can’t imagine life at 100 degrees plus. Good luck with the planting.
What a joy to behold, Tish!
Happy to give you bees, Dries. A small exchange for your marvellous raptors.
That’s a barter I’m very happy with!
🙂 🙂 🙂
These bees make me smile. Thank you, Tish for the beautiful video. 🙂
Glad the bees made you smile, Amy.
Thank you, ma’am.
A bee-auty of a shot, Tish 🙂 🙂
such a delightful post, Tish. i enjoyed the video. thank you! 🙂
Thank you, Lola.
So summery, Tish. I love the hum of many bees. ❤️
Nothing like a good dose of bee-hum, Sylvia. Happy week to you.
Beautiful with flowers and bees
Nice to see your blog again,Tisj
Mine are also just coming into flower but few bees on them – they are preferring all the ivy!