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    Current farming practices leave bees without enough food year round. Help give bees something to thrive on and plant some of these.

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    • MahakoBees

      Which plants great for Honey Bees? Here is a great list. Thanks for sharing. Visit our blog to learn much more with our interesting weekly beekeeping videos: http://www.mahakobees.com/blog

    • DianaDee Osborne Songs / Osborne "INK"

      Plants for bees! Many of these garden and natural environment flowers attract not only honeybees, bumblebees, dragonflies and butterflies, but also hummingbirds. For example - the tiny birds drink out of morning glories with their trumpets, and the bright yellow and orange fireworks style Lantana blossoms bushes that keep blooming through the summer.

    • Monica Monroe

      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.

    • Becca Howard

      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

    • Chris Carrero @ Rehabitat

      Encourage honeybees to visit your garden by including some of these awesome plants.

    • Sara Keeney

      For the future when we get our bee hives

    • Mauri Fagan

      {beekeeping} plants and flowers for bees

    • Just for fun

      Current farming practices leave bees without enough food year-round. Help give bees something on which to thrive and plant some of these.//our gardens, our lives need the bees...some ideas on how to support them! More Current Farms, Plants For Be, Leaves Bees, Flower Gardens Bees, Farms Practice, Help Bees, Bees Flower, Honey Bees, Bees Gardens Current farming practices leave bees without enough food year round. Plant some of these to help bees thrive. 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. 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 dont 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 theyre labeled as bee garden plants. - I think, though, that some progress was made with Home Depot with the Valentines Day campaign. YAY! - rueth Check more at http://blog.blackboxs.ru/category/garden/

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