The bright flowers of the orange butterfly weed attracts a variety of insects during their blooming season. Here are a few that stopped in to enjoy the pollen and nectar.
“Stop every now and then. Just stop and enjoy. Take a deep breath. Relax and take in the abundance of life.” ~Unknown
11 thoughts on “Insects on orange butterfly weed”
Wow, what an explosion of color😍
Especially when the sun came out from behind the clouds. It really made these flowers pop.
And, orange you lucky you stopped by here? Just beautiful – that monarch blends right into the flower.
Yes, it looks right at home on these flowers. 🙂
I bet a bear would eat that! Anything sweet they go for.
Love the colours Rebecca!
I’m sure it would be “beary” delicious! Thanks, Wayne!
I can see my furry friend covering his eyes & groaning Rebecca!
Spectacular!! ❤ ❤