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Bees Love Herbs

When you’re planting for the bees this month, make sure you plant some herb seeds or buy some already-started herbs. Having fresh herbs around doesn’t just benefit your cooking (hello, flavor!) they will also benefit the bees in your neighborhood. Yes, bees love herbs.  Herbs provide sources of pollen, nectar, […]
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Top Tips for Installing Your Bees

One of the most exciting times of the year is when your bees finally arrive and you get to install them into your hive. It’s a moment filled with anticipation and once your pollinators are in their hive, it’s like the start of an exciting adventure. You may be brand […]
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Growing Edible Plants for Bees

Bees make fruits and veggies possible. These edible plants need the bees to flourish and the bees need the pollen and nectar to keep their hives running smoothly. It’s common to see lists of flowers bees love, but since we are in the midst of vegetable planting season (whether you […]
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Crafting With Beeswax

You don’t have to be a beekeeper to love beeswax. Honestly. This hive product is malleable, versatile, and gentle on the skin, making it perfect for crafting. If you’re not familiar with beeswax or you want to know more, read on, my bee-loving friend. We have all sorts of beeswax […]
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Bee Art Throughout The Ages

Since humans first started exploring art as a form of expression, communication, and record-keeping the they’ve taken inspiration from the natural world, specifically the honey bee. Even as far back as the Stone Age, cave paintings depict honey hunters, showing a more than 8000-year-old relationship between us and Apis mellifera. […]