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Webcam chat with aunties Bees Have Favorite Color June 19 2007 0638pm ETMORECredit Nicole Milligan.There might actually be a useful purpose for having a favorite colorat least if youre a bee. The favorite color of the bufftailed bumblebee Bombus terrestris violet in its case could help it find more sweet nectar scientists now find.Researchers took bees that had never seen real flowers from nine southern Germany bumblebee colonies and exposed them to violet or blue artificial flowers in the lab. The investigators found these beesone of the most numerous bumblebee species in Europeoften prefer violet to blue seemingly innately.The scientists then let bumblebees from the same colonies forage for nectar from real flowers in their natural habitat. The violet flowers where the bees dwell produced far more nectar than the next most rewarding flower color blue. So bee colonies that preferred violet harvested more nectar findings detailed in the June 20 issue of the journal PLoS ONE.If you talk with friends everyone has favorite colors and now we find these might actually be useful said researcher Nigel Raine a University of London evolutionary ecologist.Past research has shown animals often have favorite colors sme

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Free adult chat no fee BumblebeesThe Essential Indefatigable PollinatorsBy Janet MarinelliJune 1 2000On hot lazy summer days I like to go out in my garden flop down on the old chaise lounge sip a margarita and watch pollinators at work on my flowers. Butterflies are the divas of these botanical love fests captivating with their flamboyant colors stripes and spots as they flit from bloom to bloom. Hummingbirds are the acrobats zipping up down sideways and even backwards to probe longthroated rubycolored blossoms. Bumblebees are the workaholicsdiligent and dependable but a little dorky as they lumber around the garden.The bumblebee isnt the most glamorous insect around but the lovable bear of a bee surpasses even the celebrated honeybee in the industriousnessdepartment. Bumblebees are often up and out of the hive before dawn way before the honeybees and theyre frequently still hard at work after the sun has set.In fact the bumblebee is one of the worlds most proficient practitioners of the pollinating arts. Its distinctive striped fur coat is tailormade for attracting pollen and the plump pollinator is built like a Mack truck to carry a lot of cargo.SnapdragonWe live on a planet pollinated primarily by bees. Bees fertilize most of our favorite flowers and pollinate a third of the plants we eat. Bumblebees are important pollinators of tomatoes eggplants peppers melons raspberries blueberries cranberries strawberries and many other crops and are the only known pollinators of potatoes worldwide. T

60 min free sex chat phone Digitalis purpurea No cottage garden is complete without foxgloves hardy biennials that are loved by longtongued bees such as B. hortorum and Geranium spp. Not to be confused with the gaudy Pelargonium geraniums are hardy perennials that come in a broad range of colours but most are moderately attractive to shorttongued bees. The wild Geranium pratense is shown. They are great for ground cover in the front of a border.Geranium sanguinea also good and the cultivated forms Patricia and Ann Folkard.Globe artichokeHuge plants related to thistles with massive composite flowers that bees flock to in JulyAugust. Grows to 6 or more. You can of course also harvest and eat the buds but try to leave some for the bees A favourite with male bumbles.Heathers Erica spp. The springflowering garden varieties are particularly popular with earlyemerging qu

Cheap adult chatlines Best Bee PlantsWhat makes a plant useful to and popular with bees Obviously the flowers will be highly melliferous in other words they will provide abundant nectar. They may provide pollen and preferably they will provide both of these.There are other considerations too such as seasons flower shapes and the fact that some flowers will only be visited by specific bee species and not others. In addition plants provide other benefits for bees. For example hollow stems of shrubs may be used as nest sites for some types of solitary bees. However when selecting beefriendly plants you also have to consider the growing conditions in your garden. If you are dealing with difficult conditions such as clay soil drought or a shade garden take a look at my link about dealing with problem places. In addition I think it is worth mentioning that it is simply not true that a garden must be wild in characteristics in order for it to be useful for bees and pollinators and even other wildlife. I write from genuine experience. What is important is the selection of plants and the design to include provision of habitat that bees and wildlife need. Whether or not the arrangement of appropriate shelternest flowers and shrubs is tidily organised in straight lines or not is of no concern to wildlife. Keep the sprays out of the garden and include features the bees can make use of and importantly create a garden you too can enjoy

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