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Looking for some gardening projects to do this weekend? Why not keep the bees in mind when planting? They need all the help they can get, and considering that 90% of our food and the trees that produce oxygen can’t grow without bees, they need all the help we can get too  I found... Read More »

How to create a bee-friendly garden

Looking for some gardening projects to do this weekend? Why not keep the bees in mind when planting? They need all the help they can get, and considering that 90% of our food and the trees that produce oxygen can’t grow without bees, they need all the help we can get too I found... Read More »

Bees get food from lots of different plants throughout the year.  As well as planting flowers, think about herbs, fruit, vegetables, shrubs and trees - they can all provide nectar when they are in flower. Use our handy seasonal guide to help your garden bloom for bees all year round.

Bees get food from lots of different plants throughout the year. As well as planting flowers, think about herbs, fruit, vegetables, shrubs and trees - they can all provide nectar when they are in flower. Use our handy seasonal guide to help your garden bloom for bees all year round.

Gardening for the Birds #infographic #Gardening

Gardening for the Birds #infographic

Providing the right plants in your garden is essential if you want to attract and support the widest variety of wildlife to your patch. Growing wild flowers from seed can be a little challenging but there are lots of things you can do to make it a little easier. Native wild flowers are an integral part

Providing the right plants in your garden is essential if you want to attract and support the widest variety of wildlife to your patch. Growing wild flowers from seed can be a little challenging but there are lots of things you can do to make it a little easier. Native wild flowers are an integral part

It is easy and pleasurable to do your part in helping our Earth's system to flourish! Plant plants that bees like, grow organic and eat organic produce,eat organic honey. Do not use pesticides.

Power to the Pollinators

It is easy and pleasurable to do your part in helping our Earth's system to flourish! Plant plants that bees like, grow organic and eat organic produce,eat organic honey. Do not use pesticides.

A bee flies next to a blossoming fruit tree at a park in Beijing, ChinaPhotograph: Diego Azubel/EPA

The week in wildlife - in pictures

A bee flies next to a blossoming fruit tree at a park in Beijing, ChinaPhotograph: Diego Azubel/EPA

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