Print This Page

Plants that Attract Bees Newsletter



                                                  

     content_img.5959.img.jpg
 
Dirt Doctor Weekly Newsletter

 
Plants that Attract Bees
 
(revised & updated)


Our urban bee keepers are Brandon & Susan Pollard. Pictured is Brandon working on our hives.  

content_img.5955.img.jpg 

   

The organic program is an important piece of this puzzle, so is plant selection and biodiversity. Plant pollination from bees is very, very important - so is having high quality local honey. Here are some of the best plants for attracting honeybees.

content_img.5962.img.jpg

Those in the Dallas/Fort Worth area who need to move bee hives can contact Brandon & Susan Pollard at the Texas Honeybee Guild 214-826-8696 or Janet Rowe, the Bee Charmer at 214-695-3425. In other areas of the country, contact your Local Bee Keeping Organizations.

content_img.5963.img.jpg



Learn more about bees! Read these articles from the Dirt Doctor libary:
Bees
Bee KeepingBee Charmer - Janet Rowe, Bee Colony Colapse NOT Affecting Organic Hives; Bees & Varroa Mites.

Purchase 
Beeswax Hand Lotion
and other Natural Organic Products.

If you have any questions regarding this newsletter or any other topic, join me and my guests for my radio show heard in Dallas/Fort Worth on Saturday at 11am and across the country on Sunday from 8 - 11am (CST). Radio.

To learn more on living a Natural Organic lifestyle, visit DirtDoctor.com.

Naturally yours,
 content_img.5956.img.jpg
Howard Garrett
The Dirt Doctor       
 

   

 

 


  Search Library Topics      Search Newspaper Columns