One summer day when I visted Tatton Park in England, a section of the gardens features a "forest" of sunflowers that were heavily populated by bees getting drunk on nectar. The perimeter of the sunflower planting was provided by an elaborate construction of espaliered pear trees, heavily laden with fruit. I like to think the bees hang out there all season, tending to fruit blossoms before their sunflower party season in August.
7 x 9" Matted
Image is 5 x 3.5"