Which in this case means A Bee City.  I have no idea what these were but they had more bees around them than any of the other flowers in the entire garden.  I am posting some more of these images in the hopes that someone out there will go “Oh those are…..” and help solve the mystery.  It’s either going to be that or me going back to the gardens and see if there is a name tag near these 🙂

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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10 Responses to A B C

  1. Sharon K. says:

    Hi there, beautiful shot! I think this is a common milkweed bloom. They’re in full force right now and yes, the bees and other insects love them. Thank you for sharing! 🙂

  2. dhphotosite says:

    Wow neat! I’m glad you asked for an ID. I’ve seen them before also and never knew what they are called.

  3. DeDivahDeals says:

    Not sure, but don’t like flowers that attract a lot of bugs and bees!

  4. ChgoJohn says:

    Great photos, Teri. Milkweed are very important for monarch butterflies. They lay their eggs on their leaves and the caterpillars feast in them. Widespread use of Roundup and other herbicides are killing off milkweed and, indirectly, monarchs.

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