Bees are buzzzzzing

Sat, Apr 9, 2011

Climate Change, Bees

This wonderful warm weather is great for bees – up early this morning buzzing around in my garden.

The life of a bumble bee is quite appealing  – diving into beautful scents, being dazzled by beautful flowers and rolling around in pollen – must put that on the after life list!

Bees, butterflies and biodiversity are the buzzwords of the 21st century gardener and with good reason. Gardeners are perfectly equipped to provide more than their fair share of pollen and nectar rich plants to feed our native pollinators.Encourage bees into your garden with special plants suggested by the RHS.

http://www.rhs.org.uk/Shows-Events/RHS-Show-Cardiff/2011/Plants/Plants-for-bees

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