I think they know where they live Dove, they have very definite routes and the bedroom isn't included.
I'm no good at bee ID but I have a friend who is very good.
where are you jt? They're for sale now in the green in the UK. Dry ones in late summer/autumn aren't very reliable. There's no natural stage in a plant's life when it's out of the ground and dried out,
Not a cactus. Maybe echeveria? which won't be hardy in the UK
If Dave is right and It's a sempervivum it will be hardy
Is that a flower bud just below centre?
There are many species of buddleia other than those found in GCs but I can't see that as one of them
I expected ours to come into the bedroom and was surprised when they didn't.
Yours could be tree bumblebees as well Forestedge
My nectaroscordums have an oniony smell, but agree this isn't one
Yes Kmcg, onion but not necessarily as strong as the ones in the kitchen. But always a hint of onion.
not a buddleia
Have you a photo of the plant just by itself, no hand?
was the question about smell of leaves ever answered?
I think that is an allium.
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