It is said the cosmos flower is the heart of a garden–that is certainly true for me. First, they come back every year, thanks to our moderate coastal temps. Secondly, they attract bees, hover flies and butterflies more than any other flower, save for English ivy in the fall. I took these shots over aContinue reading “The Cosmos…”
These cosmos follow the sun as it sets over the Pacific Ocean. I like how they bend for that last capture of sunlight.
I’ve been lucky. The cosmos I planted from seeds five years ago in the backyard keep coming back as do the honey bees. My attempts to sow cosmos seeds in other areas haven’t worked out. Regardless, I am satisfied. This one patch of bright yellow flowers that sway in a gentle breeze is soothing toContinue reading “Honey Bee in the Cosmos”