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During my visit to Holland, I was lucky to see a number of gardens that belonged to friends and relatives    Here are some of the bee attractive plants I saw in these gardens.

A close up of the tiny pink flower.
Unfortunately I do not know the name of this 5 foot
high bush.  The tiny pink flowers were very
attractive to bees.
Pink Delphinium
Foxglove

Holland: bicycle stall at a railway station.
Bluebell

Old city of Dordrecht, Holland
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