Orange Blossom Being Pollinated by a Worker Honey Bee

 

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honey bee pollinating an orange blossomorange blossom and fruit

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Orange blossoms are among the richest sources of nectar for honeybees. Under the right conditions of warm sunny weather in April in Southern California, a strong colony can easily make 60 pounds of honey. Orange honey carries the sweet fragrance of a blooming citrus orchard. One of the joys of being a beekeeper is popping a fresh warm piece of honeycomb in your mouth while working with the bees.Honeycomb with honey

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