Here is a 'wild' alfalfa plant growing along the edge of the Centennial Trail.
|Single Alfalfa Plant with many Honey Bees working it|
It is not nice to stick your tongue out while being photographed!
This appears to be a 'Vipers Bugloss' Echium Vulgare plant but I'm not completely sure. The blue purple flower is nearly iridescent in it's color intensity. Here there were lots of Bumble Bees working this plant!
Here a closer view of the blossoms.
Here is a closeup of a Bumble Bombus Apidae? working the blossom. They appear to stick their entire fat heads into the blossom. They seem to fly around with their tongues hanging out as well.