PLANT ORGANIC ONLY Plant for the Bees - Making a list of these plants. Anything to help the bees come back.

PLANT ORGANIC ONLY Plant for the Bees - Making a list of these plants. Anything to help the bees come back.

How Hops Can Help Save the Bees from Colony Collapse Disorder - Plant local bee friendly plants such as red clover, bee balm, foxglove, asters, sunflowers and goldenrod. For more information on bee friendly plants, please visit either the honeybee conservancy or honey love.

How Hops Can Help Save the Bees from Colony Collapse Disorder - Plant local bee friendly plants such as red clover, bee balm, foxglove, asters, sunflowers and goldenrod. For more information on bee friendly plants, please visit either the honeybee conservancy or honey love.

I'm going to be building a few of these this spring.  We have a honey bee colony living in the side of our house. I'm hoping to catch them when they swarm and collect some free honey.

I'm going to be building a few of these this spring. We have a honey bee colony living in the side of our house. I'm hoping to catch them when they swarm and collect some free honey.

The Bee Gees....the brothers Gibb    They made GREAT music starting from the late 50s.  Click on their pic to view/listen to their song, 'Tragedy' recorded in 1979. I love Barry Gibb's falsetto on this track.

The Bee Gees....the brothers Gibb They made GREAT music starting from the late 50s. Click on their pic to view/listen to their song, 'Tragedy' recorded in 1979. I love Barry Gibb's falsetto on this track.

Save the Bees - seriously scary issues with the honeybee population!

Save the Bees - seriously scary issues with the honeybee population!

Seed bombs began as a fun and friendly tactic for greening abandoned lots in urban spaces. “Guerrilla gardeners” throw balls of seeds and fertilizer into fenced-off spaces that are otherwise neglected, such as brownfields or land in zoning limbo.  Seedles.

Seed bombs began as a fun and friendly tactic for greening abandoned lots in urban spaces. “Guerrilla gardeners” throw balls of seeds and fertilizer into fenced-off spaces that are otherwise neglected, such as brownfields or land in zoning limbo. Seedles.

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