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Post  camprn 6/9/2013, 8:49 pm

Wasps typically are predatory so that is good to see them in the garden. They also are not particularly aggressive if away from their nest, but I still give them a wide berth.

Bees on the other hand are social insects, perhaps you sew sisters chatting up the local so they could go home to tell all their other sisters.

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Post  brainchasm 6/10/2013, 2:46 am

camprn wrote:Wasps typically are predatory so that is good to see them in the garden. They also are not particularly aggressive if away from their nest, but I still give them a wide berth.

Bees on the other hand are social insects, perhaps you sew sisters chatting up the local so they could go home to tell all their other sisters.
I just found two paper wasp nests under my eaves the other day, not two feet from each other. They were just getting started...
I noticed them because as usual, the wasps come drink from the pool, but they always fly north over my wall to wherever...these were flying elsewhere...so I watched, and yeah, consistently under my eaves, right by my second door to the backyard (and within 20ft of people-space).

So, sorry to say it, but I nuked em. I'm all about sharing, but too much is too much, and then it's time to show what a big brain and opposable thumbs are all about. I felt kind of bad, but the very next day, there were wasps drinking again...and flying north...so all is well.

OH! Also, last year I had some big blue/black wasp that lived in a hole in the concrete at the base of my pool equipment (pump, etc). Did some reading ,and she's a Great Black Wasp (Sphex pennsylvanicus)! So beautiful...but that was last year.
So the other day, I go to adjust some pool stuff early in the morning, and guess what pops out, buzzes for a second, and then goes and sits on the wall and just STARES at me? A Great Black Wasp! Probably not the same, but likely a daughter.

She creeps me out, but she's awfully impressive!

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Post  camprn 6/10/2013, 6:39 am

I have a few of those black wasps and I love watching them. They hunt grasshoppers and katydids and pollinate flowers, they seem to like the leek blooms the best. I hope they are around this year too.

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Post  plantoid 6/10/2013, 5:23 pm

I cut the comfrey plants this afternoon to use some for liquid manure feed and also to dry some for using as composting browns .

The bumbulous bumbuli ( SP ) ( girt big bumble bees ) made it an interesting exercise around the area of my nose .
Still tomorrow in between rain showers they can change over to other flowers such as my flowering giant cabbage plant and the normal flowers in the front beds.
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Post  greengrass 6/10/2013, 5:51 pm

plantoid wrote:I cut the comfrey plants this afternoon to use some for liquid manure feed and also to dry some for using as composting browns .

The bumbulous bumbuli ( SP ) ( girt big bumble bees ) made it an interesting exercise around the area of my nose .
Still tomorrow in between rain showers they can change over to other flowers such as my flowering giant cabbage plant and the normal flowers in the front beds.

which way do you make your comfrey. in a barrel with water,or concentrate without water?
i'm making some in a barrel with water.
do you know what ratio i should be using it. 1:1, or 5:1, etc?
also would you know the ratio for liquid sheep muck.
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Post  audrey.jeanne.roberts 6/10/2013, 11:38 pm

I've planted lavender, sunflowers, cosmos and other wild flowers near my gardens and have constant bee activity.

We have small solid black bumble bees, regular bumble bees and a couple other types of normal bees.
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Post  FamilyGardening 6/11/2013, 12:59 am

awww.... we didnt know that they nap on flowers.....we have seen them doing this but we thought maybe they were sick or going to die...so glad to hear they take naps.... Very Happy

my family loved all the pictures Very Happy

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Post  brainchasm 6/21/2013, 2:28 am

Ssshhhh!

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Post  LittleGardener 6/21/2013, 3:02 am

brainchasm wrote:
camprn wrote:Wasps typically are predatory so that is good to see them in the garden. They also are not particularly aggressive if away from their nest, but I still give them a wide berth.

Bees on the other hand are social insects, perhaps you sew sisters chatting up the local so they could go home to tell all their other sisters.
I just found two paper wasp nests under my eaves the other day, consistently under my eaves, right by my second door to the backyard (and within 20ft of people-space).
So, sorry to say it, but I nuked em.  I'm all about sharing, but too much is too much.  I felt kind of bad, but the very next day, there were wasps drinking again...and flying north...so all is well.
I know what you mean. We've had those darn wasp-nests grapefruit size, by each board, so when there's like SIX, it's definitely too much. And the one by the roof-ridge they grow to half the size of a basketball. affraid Nuke em is right. Either that, or get eaten.

But fortunately there's the cute ladybugs, dainty flutterbys, beautiful hummingbirds, bees & other Welcome friends for balance. Sleep well little friends Smile
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Post  RoOsTeR 7/28/2013, 4:22 pm

We haven't had nearly as many bees this year so seeing them at work on the cucumbers makes me happy Very Happy 

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Post  donnainzone5 7/28/2013, 6:00 pm

Bees, bees, and more bees! Just the other day, I saw two of them energetically pollinating a zucchini blossom. They also love the flowers on my bolted tatsoi, and today I saw one hovering around some bean blossoms. I can hear them humming when I'm out admiring the garden. I have honeybees, wasps, yellow jackets, and mason bees (that I know of). Some of my neighbors have gigantic bumblebees, as well.

I also have beaucoup clover in the yard, some thyme, and butterfly bushes.
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Post  Marc Iverson 7/28/2013, 6:25 pm

Not enough, so I bought three nasturtiums, 20 marigolds, three veronicas, an English lavender, and am letting my small "boutique" basil plants flower freely in my small home garden, as well as letting my sweet basil plants go to seed in the raised beds my neighbor has let me use. I also planted many marigolds there, but most were eaten, as were their replacements.
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Post  CapeCoddess 7/28/2013, 7:45 pm

Like Donna, I'm loaded with bees along with wasps, yellow jacket and hornets.  Don't actually know one from the other but I hear people saying those things as they walk past my house. *shrug*  Oh, and hummingbirds & those hummingbird bees or moths or whatever they are.

They all love the clover lawn and all the perennial & veggie gardens.  It makes me so happy to see them, and yesterday I was honored by a furry bumble bee who sat on my chest preening as I went about my gardening.  We talked...

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Post  camprn 7/28/2013, 7:51 pm

CapeCoddess wrote:Like Donna, I'm loaded with bees along with wasps, yellow jacket and hornets.
The bee diet consists of pollen and nectar, the wasps too eat pollen and nectar, but they are also predatory, eating little worms, moths and other assorted garden pests. The braconid wasp is the one that lays it's eggs on the hornworm.

CapeCoddess wrote:They all love the clover lawn and all the perennial & veggie gardens.  It makes me so happy to see them, and yesterday I was honored by a furry bumble bee who sat on my chest preening as I went about my gardening.  We talked...

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Post  sanderson 7/29/2013, 12:26 am

I have to thank Rooster for posting a picture of a Bee on a cucumber flower. I don't think I will being that sight anytime soon. No bees around but this Queen Bee with her tweezers.
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Post  unit649 7/29/2013, 12:42 am

I am seeing lots of bees here in KY. I have a lot of clover in my lawn, also.  This one was working hard on my cucumbers.Are you seeing bees? - Page 12 2636062189 
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Post  grownsunshine 7/29/2013, 1:05 am

Not a lot, but I usually see a few everyday.
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Post  Pollinator 7/29/2013, 11:26 am

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Isn't lovely, talking to the bees? What a Face 

Heehee. My Native American name is "Bee Talker." Glad to hear I'm not the only nutty one around.
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Post  camprn 7/29/2013, 11:27 am

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Isn't lovely, talking to the bees? What a Face 

Heehee. My Native American name is "Bee Talker." Glad to hear I'm not the only nutty one around.
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Post  nycquilter 7/29/2013, 11:39 am

thankfully, I have many, many, many bees working so hard. They are all over my gardens--vegetable and flower. They are loving the bee balm, catmint, cleome, calendula and ??? I just blanked on the name (sometimes called rocket flowers). Oh, a mind is a terrible thing to lose.

As they work, I also talk to them...tell them I appreciate their hard work and they shouldn't worry about me hurting them while they work!
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Post  unit649 7/29/2013, 2:25 pm

grownsunshine wrote:BTW - unit649 That is one beautiful picture[/size]

growsunshine, thank you very much.  I used to love landscape photography, but since I became disabled, it is difficult.  I may have found a new miniature landscape to photograph, right in my own little garden.Smile 
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grownsunshine wrote:BTW - unit649 That is one beautiful picture[/size]

growsunshine, thank you very much.  I used to love landscape photography, but since I became disabled, it is difficult.  I may have found a new miniature landscape to photograph, right in my own little garden.Smile 
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