Fly Like a Butterfly, Sting Like…

Aster flowers may be a butterfly magnet, but they are a bee hot spot.

Meadow Fritillary Butterfly Photo: Rebecca Cuningham
Bumblebee on purple asters Photo: Rebecca Cuningham
Red Admiral Butterfly Photo: Rebecca Cuningham

Gracias for visiting Fake Flamenco! I appreciate your comments. ¡Olé! –Rebecca

This post is part of Six Word Saturday. Check out Debbie and Friends fabulous photos.

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Rebecca Cuningham

38 thoughts on “Fly Like a Butterfly, Sting Like…

    1. I seem to remember from one of your earlier posts that you have a wonderful garden. You grow food crops and fruit trees in your plot of land in Jamaica, correct? Thank you for supporting pollinators, they need us and we need them. : )

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      1. Wonderful, the world needs more organic farmers. What are your staple crops? We have a small vegetable garden, which gives us declious dinners in the summer. This fall we’ve made a hearty soup from our pumpkins.

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      2. Yes pumpkins make a wonderful soup, when I started growing my own pumpkins without chemical fertilizer they tasted more delicious. Fall, spring and the other seasons must be nice to experience. because I live in the topics the seasons are not distinguished.

        I grow a variety but peas, beans, green leafy vegetables, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, coco, dasheen, breadfruit, ackee, coconut are my most stable crops.


  1. Hi there, I hope all is well. Just wanted to let you know that I’ve just nominated you for an Outstanding Blogger Award 🥇
    I really hope you’ll accept it. I’ll send a link to the post separately in case it comes up as spam.
    Best blogging wishes ✨🤗
    Cherryl x

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