In each one of these photos, there is a small pollinator. Can you spot it? No tricks, it's there in each photo.
As the waning days of our wildflower garden begin, we get the impressive show from the huge cosmos flowers, the continuing work of the honeybees, and the birds hard at work collecting the seeds left over.
But that doesn't mean that we still aren't getting some nice latecomers to the party...
And as a reminder, the whole history of The Wildflower Project is available at this link: EHS Pleasant Street Wildflower Project
Pollinator Factoid: Most pollinators (about 200,000 species) are beneficial insects such as flies, beetles, wasps, ants, butterflies, moths, and bees.