Creating your own bee garden is a great way to help save bees.
Not only will you be helping hungry pollinators, you will also have a place of your own to connect with nature.
Bee friendly gardens come in all sizes and shapes. Perhaps you enjoy growing your own vegetables. Or maybe an area of beautiful cut flowers is more your cup of tea? Either can be managed in a way that is beneficial to friendly insects.
Remember a space that welcomes bees does not have to be a large meadow (even though that is wonderful). You may have a few beds with blooming plants or several planted pots that create a container garden for bees on your patio.
Of course, you want to choose the best flowers for bees . No every blooming plant provides nectar or pollen. Also, consider if the plants you desire will do well in your region.
If you have the space, don’t be afraid to think big. There are many trees that feed bees. While they may not bloom a long time, they provide quite an abundance of nectar and nice shade for you later in the year
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