These dramatically beautiful flowers are bound to attract more than just bees to your garden. Learn how to grow strong foxglove here.
Sunflowers provide seeds for your family to eat, gorgeous blooms and a large bee-friendly resting pad. Grow your own sun-reachers by following these tips.
That's right, you can still have an awesome edible garden and help bee populations at the same time. Clickhere to learn more about growing the best pumpkins possible.
Who doesn't love fresh chives? Well even if you don't, bees sure do! Get growing now.
They attract bees, provide your family with fresh food and look fantastic. Here is everything you need to know about growing them.
Again, these berries provide food for you and food for the bees--it's a win-win situation. Learn how to grow cranberries here.
Aster is a popular home-garden flower that resembles daisies. If you want to grow this gorgeous flower, click here for more information.
With their wide, colorful petals, it's easy to see why bees would flock to the spring primrose plant. Add a few into your garden with these tips.
The shape of these cones are simply irresistible to bees. Want to grow these gorgeous buds in your own garden? Read here to learn more.
Your edible garden shouldn't stop with a few herbs and pumpkins. Grow some squash for yourself and the bees this year.
Lavender is fragrant, beautiful and it comes in several different varieties. It's a low-maintenance addition to any herb garden. Grow some for yourself and the bees by following this guide.
These edible flowers are great at getting bees to come by. Learn more here.
14. Why Planting A Garden For Our Winged-Friends Is So Important
Why Planting A Garden For Our Winged-Friends Is So Important
Catnip is certainly not just for cats. Fragrant and full of purple color when they bloom, these bushy plants have no problem attracting bees to your garden. I have one planted in the backyard and enjoy many afternoons watching bees come and go, filling their heart's content with pollen. Learn to grow your own here.
This bush provides an instant aesthetic upgrade to your garden while helping bees at the same time. Learn more about how to grow this bush here.