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Plant these to help save bees Herbs: Lavender, Catmint, Sage, Cilantro, Thyme, Fennel, Borage, Rosemary, Comfrey, Hyssop, Thyme Marjoram, Lemon Balm, Fennel, Angelica, Wild Bergamot, Woundworts, Betony, Myrtle. Perennials: Crocus, Buttercup, Aster, Hollyhocks, Anemone, Snowdrops, Geranium.

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An Introduction to Beekeeping

Learn how to set-up a backyard beehive and harvest your own honey with this easy-to-follow guide.

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How to create a bee-friendly garden

Planting for honey bees - Bees welcome here!

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The Plight of the Honeybee

The Plight of the Honeybee by Bryan Walsh article attached via Time Magazine 8-19-13....Great job Time!

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Peculiarities – Butterfly Salt Lick

Butterflies need salt for breeding - Create a salt lick in your garden and increase the butterfly population. How-to's and links included.

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INFOGRAPHIC: How to Identify the Docile Honeybee from its More Aggressive Counterparts

INFOGRAPHIC: How to Identify the Docile Honeybee from its More Aggressive Counterparts #pollinator #bees #savethebees #flowers #ilovenature #plantsforpollinators #honeycomb #beehive

Bee Death - Infopic on what kills our honey bees on mass. Apis Mellifera. Come and learn more at: http://www.mahakobees.com Don't forget ants,bears,starvation,fire,robber bees,skunks

What is an Edible Forest Garden? It is the art & science of putting plants together in woodland-like patterns that forge mutually beneficial relationships, creating an ecosystem that is more than the sum of its parts. You can grow fruits, nuts, vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, other useful plants, & animals in a way that mimics natural ecosystems. You can create a beautiful, diverse, high-yield garden. If designed with care & deep understanding of ecosystem function, it is largely…

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About Mason Bees, Beneficial Bees: Gardener's Supply

About Mason Bees...Boost your garden's productivity by providing a Mason Bee House for peaceful, non-stinging bees. As bee populations struggle, home gardeners can play an important role in attracting bees and other pollinators....

Butterfly Garden How-To. Perennials: Ageratum, Aster, Bee-balm, Black-eyed susan, Boltonia, Butterfly bush, Butterfly weed (AR native), Chives, Coreopsis, Daylily, False Indigo, Gayfeather, Goldenrod, Hibiscus, Hollyhock, Joe-pye Weed. Annuals: Sunflowers, zinnia, cosmos... And make a small water pond.