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Backyard Gardener: Finding peace through gardening

Diverse insects are attracted to carrot flowers. The background shows the overall garden with several flowering carrot plants in the foreground. Inset photos were taken of various insects visiting carrot flowers: a net-winged beetle (left); assassin bug (upper); and a tiny (3/8” in length) solitary bee foraging for pollen. (Photos by Jeff Schalau, University of Arizona Cooperative Extension)

Diverse insects are attracted to carrot flowers. The background shows the overall garden with several flowering carrot plants in the foreground. Inset photos were taken of various insects visiting carrot flowers: a net-winged beetle (left); assassin bug (upper); and a tiny (3/8” in length) solitary bee foraging for pollen. (Photos by Jeff Schalau, University of Arizona Cooperative Extension)

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