100 Plants to Feed the Bees - Provide a Healthy Habitat to Help Pollinators Thrive
Have you ever wondered what type of flower it was that you saw a honey bee land on? Are you wondering what types of flowers, shrubs or trees to plant to provide a natural habitat for honey bees, butterflies and hummingbirds? Look no further than this book! It not only provides a listing of 100 plants that bees find nutritious, it also provides a short description of each plant, the area of the United States that the flowers are native to, which species the plant attracts the most, and a handy guide to the soil moisture needed, the bloom time, the flower color and the maximum height that the plant will grow. Now you can find out what are the best bee friendly flowers for honey bees!
100 Plants to Feed the Bees also contains clear, full color photos of each flower, shrub and tree. The back two pages contain an average guide to the number of flower and herb seeds per pound, and the front of the book contains a short, interesting forward regarding the importance of our pollinators. Soft cover, 239 pages.