Friday, March 23, 2012

Discoveries Under the Snow

Every year my tiny clump of winter aconite gets a little larger. At this time of year, it's about one of the only things in bloom and in high demand from pollinators.

This clump of last year's high bush cranberries was discovered once the snow receded. Looks like it was collected in one big jumble, waiting for a snack attack. Most years the fruit stays hanging in the bushes. This year, it was gathered but I guess it wasn't found too palatable.


Evlyn said...

The winter aconite is so lovely to see - such a cheerful splash of yellow.

Knatolee said...

I will send over my honeybees!


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