As usual, the bees around the farmette have been hard at work gathering pollen.
They gather it in their, "pollen baskets", which are located on their back legs. Tiny hairs aid the pollen in sticking to their legs.
Technically they are known as, "Corbicula", but I think pollen basket sounds much more hospitable.
The pollen is gathered in the basket from the bottom to the top, just like a real basket. When it becomes full, the bee flies back to the hive where it is deposited and made into honey.
"To make a prairie, it takes one clover and one bee,
One clover, and a bee
The revery alone will do,
If bees are few."
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