Tag: plants that attract bees
Native bees don’t live in hives but they might live in a bee hotel. Bee hotels are small structures you can build out of bamboo, wood or even cardboard tubes.
Being a good beekeeping neighbor is something all backyard beekeepers should be concerned about. Being respectful and thoughtful of our neighbors by following these good beekeeping practices is a great
Fondant for bees is a little different than the fondant that you find at the bakery. Making fondant for bees is a lot like making candy.
Bees contribute so very much to our world and unfortunately, the number of bees (and other pollinators) are declining. By planting flowers that attract bees we help the bees
Winter is a great time to plan ahead. If you’re starting beekeeping or splitting hives, it’s beneficial to set up it properly.
Anise hyssop (Agastache Foeniculum) is the 2019 herb of the year. This bee friendly herb is easy to grow and lends a delightful, anise flavor to recipes, including healing teas,
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