the bee-friendly garden

The Bee-Friendly Garden–planning a yard that helps the whole hive

Bees have it tough. Some bees have even made it on the endangered species list. But by making a few great plant choices, you can help support native bee populations. That’s why we love The Bee-Friendly Garden: design an abundant, flower-filled yard that nurtures bees and supports biodiversity

Now is the perfect time to envision your summer garden. And Kate Frey and Gretchen LeBuhn’s bee-friendly gardening book can help you plan your outdoor space not just for beauty, but to help support the local environment. (The book offers tips on choosing plants that are not only friendly to bees but also to birds and butterflies.)

You may not have the same passion for bees as the authors. (The book even includes a section on becoming, “a bee activist.”) However, whatever your level of comfort with bees or expertise with gardening for that matter, you will find this book incredibly useful. It offers tips to planting year-round and optimizing your soil for the best display of flowers and most bountiful fruit and vegetable harvests.

Now is the perfect time to get this book and get gardening!


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