Bee’s Knees is a digital watercolor painting of a hot pink echinacea flower with a feeding bumble bee.
Bee’s knees is an old expression from the 18th century that meant something very small and insignificant. It later became American slang for an outstanding person or thing. Bees are hardly insignificant to our survival, as they provide the important duty of pollinating, and are outstanding in their job!
My gardens have many bee-loving plants that grow in them.
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