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Even the Smallest Pollinators are Important

Here is a close up image of a local wild bee that was foraging for pollen of the French Red Shallot flowers that we have growing.  We purposely allowed the French Red Shallots to go to flower to create a habitat for these tiny pollinators. You will have to look very carefully to see these tiny bees.

Local Wild Bee on French Red Shallot Flower

Local Wild Bee on French Red Shallot Flower

My camera is almost touching the bees, so I hope you can see them.

Local Wild Bee on French Red Shallot Flower 2

Local Wild Bee on French Red Shallot Flower 2

In the background, you can see all our delicious farm made goodies for sale: honey, jam, BBQ sauce, and relish.

We hope to see you and your family the farm soon!

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