Read on below for more plants you can grow to attract bees to your garden.
Just as rosemary, lavender needs lots of sun and well
drained soil. There are many varieties to choose from and
they all come with beautiful fragrant flowers that can be cut
and dried. Lavender is one of the most bee friendly plants
and will attract plenty of bees once it starts flowering.
3. Bee Balm
These beautiful ?owering plants from the mint family
deserve a place in every bee friendly garden. They like
plenty of sun but also plenty of moisture. You will enjoy
their flowers all summer! And just as their name suggests,
prepare to see lots of bees around these beauties. Pick from
the different color choices ranging from deep red to various
shades of pink and purple, and even white. Both the leaves
and ?owers are aromatic.
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