What’s so special about honeybees?

Today may be the official end to National Pollinator Week, but the work of bees — and gardeners — continues. Please keep adding plants to your garden that attract bees with the nectar and pollen they need. Stop using pesticides in your garden that can harm bees. Register your pollinator garden with the Pollinator Partnership […]

The National Pollinator Network Needs Your Garden

Plant and bee counted! We’re celebrating National Pollinator Week and need gardeners across the country to join in. You don’t have to have a large garden; any size garden is an important part of the gardening network to help take care of pollinators like bees, butterflies, birds and even bats. Every seed orĀ  plant that […]

Plant for Pollinators During National Pollinator Week

Celebrate National Pollinator Week by planting the flowers bees, butterflies and hummingbirds like the most.

Time to Celebrate Pollinator Week

Happy Pollinator Week to gardeners everywhere! When you’re in the garden this week, be sure to thank a bee. That’s what Pollinator Week is all about. The third week in June is designated as National Pollinator Week and there are celebrations planned from coast to coast to raise awareness of the valuable contribution provided by […]

Companion Planting Improves Gardening Efforts

Bergamot, also called bee balm, is a native perennial that causes bees to linger longer in the garden. Some things in life make ideal combinations like cookies and milk, peanut butter and jelly, and spinach and radishes. Spinach and radishes not only make a delicious spring salad, they also make perfect partners when grown together […]

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