Honey Bees

Follow ( 0 Followers ) X Follow E-mail : * Follow Unfollow Honey bees help your garden grow beautiful! Having bees buzzing around to act as pollinators brings life to the yard and makes flowers and other plants lush and abundant. You can attract bees by planting wildflowers, fruits & vegetables, letting your yard grow a little wild, and providing water and shelter for bees. Plant flowers native to your area. The more wildflowers you plant, the more bees you’ll attract, and the better your garden will grow. Planting wildflowers is beneficial in more ways than one! Plant flowers with single petals. Flowers with a single row of petals, rather than flowers with more than one row, are more attractive to bees. Single-petaled flowers have more pollen than other flowers, so they provide a little more food for hungry honey bees. It’s also easier for bees to reach the pollen
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Hummingbird List

Follow ( 0 Followers ) X Follow E-mail : * Follow Unfollow What could be nicer than to watch Hummingbirds enjoying flowers in your garden? We have put together the list below from our plant palette here at Waterwise Botanicals to help you invite these precious visitors to your landscape or garden. ENJOY! Perennials Ajuga reptans ‘Black Scallop’ Anigozanthos hybrid Centranthus Gaura lindheimeri Heuchera sanguinea Lantana camara Lavandula angustifolia Lavandula stoechas Lobelia laxiflora Nepeta Pelargonium Penstemon Salvia chiapensis Salvia greggii Salvia leucantha Salvia microphylla Salvia ‘Waverly’ Stokesia laevis Cactus Hesperaloe parviflora Tricholobivia hybrid Lilies Alstromeria ‘Meyers Hybrid’ Daylilies Kniphofia uraria Succulents Most Aloes