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  • Jeris Kendall

    Bee plants.

  • Morgan ♥

    SAVE THE HONEY BEES - Current farming practices leave bees without enough food year-round. Help give bees something on which to thrive and plant some of these.

  • Phoebe & Rosie

    Current farming practices leave bees without enough food year round. Plant some of these to help bees thrive.

  • Lindsey Taylor

    Current farming practices leave bees without enough food year round, so plant some of these for the bees, and LEAVE clover in your lawns and don't use pesticides! or herbicides. Be careful where you buy your flowering plants this year. The "big stores" often sell plants grown with neonicotinoid pesticides (neonics) that kill bees, even if they're labeled as "bee garden" plants. - I think, though, that some progress was made with Home Depot with the Valentine's Day campaign. YAY! - rueth

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