Daily Postcard: Bee Spends Time On Cherry Blossoms

DailyPostcard: Cherry blossoms have begun blooming for spring and the bees are busy as seen April 15 at a residence in White Rock. Cherries require bees to move pollen within and between flowers to achieve pollination. Cherry pollination is an all-or-nothing proposition – the more flowers pollinated, the more cherries will develop on the tree. Typically, honey bees visit flowers in the morning. Source: Pollination – Cherries and www.canr.msu.edu/cherries/horticulture/pollination. Photo by Nancy Ann Hibbs


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