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Be a Friend to Bees by Cultivating These Plants
As winter ends and warmer weather begins, bees will emerge from their hives and begin to forage again. You can help add to their options by including these nectar and pollen-producing plants in your garden or back yard—bees love them! Also remember that pesticides and herbicides in the garden can be harmful to bees! Herbicides contaminate bee’s water sources and pesticides can be fatal. So if you must spray, please take care to spray well away from the bee’s food and water sources.
- Oregon Grape
- Bee Balm
- White Clover
- Deciduous Fruit Trees
Each year we make a point to companion plant pollinator-friendly items throughout the entire garden. It really does make a difference.
I’ve read up quite a lot on sage over the past year – I’ve stockpiled quite a little collection of seed, and I’m hoping that it will not only attract pollinators – but also discourage the deer from coming through and decimating my garden!