100 Plants to Feed the Bees
The first simple step toward protecting our pollinators — bees — is to provide the flowers and plants they need using no pesticides. The Xerces Society offers a great resource of plants and flowers ideal for bees growth and production.
Each plant profile includes:
- Which pollinators visit the plant
- The quality of honey the nectar produces
- When it blooms
- How best to use it in the landscape
- Planting tips
- Spectacular photography
This field guide identifies the plants that honey bees and native bees — as well as butterflies, moths and hummingbirds — find most nutritious, including flowers, trees, shrubs, herbs and pasture plants.
"The ever-helpful Xerces Society shows us how to bring back our threatened species, one gorgeous garden at a time. Everybody wins!" — Dar Williams, singer, songwriter and environmental activist.
Copyright 2018, Softcover, 240 pages
Whether you have 100sq ft of backyard or 100 acres, this is must read and reference for anyone serious about making a difference on behalf of pollinators
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