Bee friendly plants
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Easy Guide to Vegetable and Herb Companion Planting. The best vegetables and herbs to plant together as good companion plants.
Shauna Maxwell saved to Projects to try
If you want to create a bee garden, check out these plant ideas for attracting bees. These flowers and plants are beautiful, many are fragrant and bees love them.
Patricia Kruegel saved to FLOWER GARDEN/PLANTING
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jennifer sherman saved to Pollinators
Learn how to create a bee oasis with amazing plants such as echinacea, bee balm, and goldenrod. Attract bees, hummingbirds, and other pollinators to the garden with monarda, aster, and coneflower. #plantsforbees #beefriendlyplants #pollinatingflowers #bees
Read along to learn about the top 23 plants for pollinators to add to your garden that will attract bees, butterflies, and hummingirds!
c.deem saved to Garden/Grow
Planting a Bee Garden Today...bee-friendly flower gardens help increase bee populations as well as increase pollination of flowering plants!
Connie Bryson saved to Gardening
Selection of British Native bee-friendly wildflower seeds. Plant these to help your local pollinators to thrive. BSBP contains twenty-six native British wildflower species, consisting of mainly perennial species and a handful of annual and biennial species to create a permanent area of pure wildflowers.The species included in this mixture create an attractive display from May to October and is suitable for creating habitats for bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects. It contains a…
LuckieLove saved to Fun craft ideas
We love all of these bee friendly ideas for the garden. These are great ways to attract more bees to our outdoor living space!
Shanna saved to Green Thumb
Bee-friendly gardens are easy to create, and look amazing too! Learn how to create a healthy and safe environment for bees in your yard.
Teresa Lynn saved to Bee Friendly Gardens