Every summer my hedge is full of bees. I mean full of bees. Thousands of the buggers. The whole hedge buzzes and seems to shimmy like it's one giant bee. It's quite funny watching people leap backwards when the hedge buzzes at them, and it's nice to see there are some areas unaffected by the bee population collapse but I would really like to know just what they find so appealing in a rather ordinary (to me) hedge.
The bees were there but I don't think you can see them in the photo. I didn't fancy getting too close in case one of them took me for a paparazzi.
Anyone got any suggestions?