Close-up of the tubular flowers of the foxglove. Pollinated by bees, the busy worker bees travel from flower to flower and climb up into these tubes for the pollen, while at the same time fertilizing the next generation of foxgloves.
- © 2011
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- Contained in galleries
- Pink Wildflowers, Scrophulariaceae (Figwort Family)