A dead bee and living spider in a white calla lily in my garden.
Μια νεκρή μέλισσα και μια ζωντανή αράχνη σε έναν λευκό κρίνο στον κήπο μου.
“Let us so live that when we come to die even the undertaker will be sorry.”
“Death is the destination we all share, no one has ever escaped it. And that is as it should be because death is very likely the single best invention of life. ”
¨In all things of nature there is something of the marvelous.” -Aristotle
“Σε όλα τα πράγματα στη φύση υπάρχει κάτι το θαυμαστό.” –Αριστοτέλης
This lucky little lady bug
has landed here to stay
To make my garden pretty
and keep the weeds away.
A chrysalis embedded in an Bougainvillea tree in my garden which is slowly going through a metamorphosis.
Μια χρυσαλλίδα ενσωματωμένη στη Μπουκαμβίλια στο κήπο μου το οποιο σιγα σιγα μεταμόρφωνεται.
Yesterday, I felt brave, so I decided to finally get rid of these bees.
I thought of not harming them. I first decided to get rid of them naturally. I had read that bees detest the smell of burning coffee beans, so I put some beans on a piece of aluminum foil, then I lit a match and placed it in the coffee beans. One of the beans started to burn. A lot of smoke came out, and I stood underneath the beehive and wafted the smoke toward the beehive. The bees did seem annoyed by the smell and they remained still. But, suddenly, it got very windy so I had to abandon this plan. I was feeling restless. So, I just grabbed the mosquito spray. I made sure to wear light coloured clothing-dark colours annoy them. I hid in the corner and sprayed the hive just once.
After spraying the beehive with bug spray I ran inside. Within a few minutes all the bees had dropped dead. Except maybe two that had hidden behind the hive. These two bees were buzzing around looking for me. The two bees went to the other corner and they were going to build another hive again-they really are relentless and hard-working. I got someone else to spray them head on.
With a painter’s spatula, I scraped the hive off of the wall. It was very easy and the hive was as light as a paper. I then burnt the beehive to prevent the bees from coming back to it.
I washed the wall with some soap and water and cleaned out any remaining pieces of the beehive.