Wildflower Meadow Pollinators

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We continue to be astonished by the quantity of pollinators that seem to cover all of our perennial wildflower meadows.  As you walk through the flowers, they rise in mass, circling about in a frenzy, only to land on the next flower over.  There could easily be more pollinators per acre in one of these meadows than any other place in central Virginia.  This meadow was seeded in June 2013 and this picture was taken in August 2013 and is already showing a lot of color.

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