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Frogs and Bees

The autumn joy sedum is in full bloom in the garden now, a sure sign of fall.  On warm days, it is absolutely covered with honeybees.  They love this plant.  Because Jesse is always trying to figure out what the bees are up to, he started checking the sedum daily for bee activity.

One day he found this little neon-green tree frog sitting on the sedum blossoms.  What a strange spot for a tree frog to hang out.  He grabbed the camera and took some pictures.

As he was taking photos, a honeybee happened to come along to work the blossoms.  He landed next to the tree frog.

The little frog didn’t seem to care.  He just continued to sit motionless on the flower.

Sedum, tree frogs and honeybees.  A strange combination, indeed.

Lynell

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