Plants and Flowers to Grow to Help the Bees

27 April 2020

Bee populations have been steadily declining since the late 1990s, a fact that could be disastrous for our ecosystem. If we want to give the bees a helping hand, there are a number of things we can do, one of which being the choices we make in our gardens. Growing plants replete with nectar and pollen can give bees a fighting chance. Pick the location in your garden well – sheltered but sunny is ideal. Make sure to plant throughout the seasons – there are winter plants that bees love. Consider stripping off any pests with tools, and encourage natural predators like ladybirds into your garden to eat aphids. 

You can install a bee hotel to provide homes for solitary species, and even if you don’t have much space, a pot of rosemary or a window box will still help.

There are some plants and flowers that are perfect for bees and could even boost their numbers. So which ones should you think about planting?


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