It is going all over the house, all the way to the roof. And the hummingbirds and orioles are just loving it!
Lots of flowers provide abundant nectar and pollen for bees. All Bees get all of their carbohydrates from floral nectar and all of their protein from floral pollen.
Bees rely on flowers to supply them with the food they need to survive. Some flowers (e.g. tomatoes) provide only pollen, the main source of protein for bees. Other flowers (e.g. clovers) provide both nectar and pollen, thus providing both protein and carbohydrates.
Plant wisteria for bees and other pollinators
Wisteria is most fragrant. The blossoms abound with honey bees.
Flowers are so beautiful, they look gorgeous in their natural habitat, in our homes. Flowers are given to show love, passion, compassion, celebration, happiness. But flowers are much more than that. Lots of flowers are edible, like these common petunias!
Goat cheese with petunias
Beef with Petunias
Having a vibrant and diverse nature affects our mental and physical health. Most of the time we don’t realize how important nature is. Nature is the diversity of living things around us.
“If you truly love nature, you will find beauty everywhere.”
“Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature.”
“One touch of nature makes the whole world kin.“
Flowers that Bees Love
- Agastache (anise hyssop)
- Asclepias (butterfly weed)
- Echinacea (coneflower)
- Geranium (cranesbill)
- Monarda (bee balm)
- Papaver (poppies)
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