Ivy flowers provide a really late source of food for insects. They are a feeding station of very understated creamy flower heads.
Wasps were patrolling from flower to flower.
Large bumble bees almost climbed through the greenery to find the next feeding station.
I climbed on the step ladders to be at eye level with this Ivy flower community. It was busy and noisy with a lot of buzzing .
I was surprised to find a red admiral visiting.
These flowers really provide a feeding source late into November , the ivy then provides ideal cover for hibernating insects . This Ivy is growing up a fence , it provides screening for us , it is a multitasking plant !