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Planting a “Bee Garden” is a great way to involve kids in the effort to support local pollinators.
Lupine Perennis (Lupinus Polyphyllus) does well in mountainous regions.
Allium adds gorgeous color to any native landscape.
Daisies – either common or the Becky Shasta variety — do very well in coastal regions.
Columbine do well in mountainous regions.
Pollinators like bees, hummingbirds, bats, and beetles are most attracted to colorful plants.
Daisies are a bee-friendly garden staple.
Adding deep magenta, pink, and purple plants to a garden adds dimension to any landscape.
Adding different varietals of the same species of plants gives the gardener more color options.
Bees must visit over 1 million flowers to yield a pound of honey.
According to research, a bee’s favorite colors are blue and yellow.
Blossoms come in all shapes and sizes, and pollinators do not discriminate!
Bees love wildflowers– don’t forget to plant native species!