Tulips and a Bee

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I’ve grown to really like Tulips. They never were one of my top favorite flowers, but I like that they seem to stay in bloom longer than any of my other bulbs, which bloom for a couple days and then turn into what looks like an old brown tissue. This fall I am going to plant an absurd amount of them and watch my yard explode with tulips when the spring comes.

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This pointy white one must have came in the variety pack I bought, even though the picture didn’t show any like this. I’ve never seen a pointy leaf tulip before. I hope he comes back next year.

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(Not a tulip, I just liked how this other plant looked!)

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Another reason tulips are good:  Their leaves fall off one by one while they’re still colorful, and never once look like a dried brown tissue.

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I saw this bee hanging out while I was taking tulip pictures. It’s rare to see an actual honey bee these days!

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2 thoughts on “Tulips and a Bee

  1. These photos are stunning Sarah, I love how clear they are and the tulips look so pretty. I love the final shot of the bee there though, it’s such a good photo! – Tasha

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