10 Bee-Friendly Plants That are Easy to Grow

No matter where you live or how small your backyard is, you can help provide sustenance to bees. Bees rely on nectar from flowers to create honey — their main food source.The following flowers can be grown in pots, window baskets or garden spaces, and their nectar and pollenhelp beesstay fedand active. Plant these annuals near a window, so you can benefit from seeing the beautiful booms and the happy bees all season long.

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Marija M
Marija M16 days ago

tks for posting.

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Carl R
Carl Rabout a month ago

Thanks!!!!

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Elena Pabout a month ago

Thank you

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Elena Poensgen
Elena Pabout a month ago

Thank you

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Lisa M
Lisa Mabout a month ago

Thanks.

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Lisa M
Lisa Mabout a month ago

Thanksn.

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Virgene L
Virgene Labout a month ago

Bees also love plants with an umbrel, like dill, parsley and fennel.

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Virgene L
Virgene Labout a month ago

Wonderful flowers! Too bad I'm not seeing any bees. Please do not use chemicals in your environment including "lawns". Not only are we poisoning the bees and other insects but we are poisoning our pets, squirrels, birds, snakes, amphibians and ourselves!

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Jim V
Jim Vabout a month ago

thanks

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Jerome S
Jerome Sabout a month ago

thanks for sharing.

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