Saturday's prompts was "Say it with Flowers".
Everyone knows the humble privet. It is normally grown as a hedge and is trimmed regularly. But if it is grown as a shrub - as it is in my garden - and allowed to flower, this is what appears ......
Gorgeous, tiny, waxy florets that attract bees and hoverflies!
My SOS shot for today isn't great at all!
In fact, it's a rubbish shot of these little birds. In my defence, they were at the top of a 30ft tree in my garden!!
The bright yellow flashes on their wings are very disctinctive, but I have never seen them in my garden before.
Can anyone help identify them?
7 years ago