Tuesday, August 05, 2008
Le Jardin du Luxembourg is well known for its lush flowerbeds and impressive statuary. But did you know that the flowers also serve as a source of pollen for the honeybee-residents of the park?
This bee is painted on the gatepost outside the beehive enclosure.
The beehives -- les ruchers -- were abuzz yesterday.
The sign outside the enclosure poetically proclaimed the not-so-secret lovelife of bees and flowers.
"In nature, the bee and the flower desire one another and indulge one another with a true act of love."
There will be a sale of honey from the hives on September 20 and 21 in the Pavillon Davioud in the Jardin du Luxembourg.
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